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Old 9th September 2002, 07:21 PM   #11
Electrons are yellow and more is better!
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Certainly not that extreme, but maybe interesting:
http://www.klaus-boening.de/html/laboheme.html
I think this dude has designed a rather sensible amp, not very "crazy" but original in a good sense.
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I like this circuit too. Any more info?
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Food for thought...


The great way is very level but people greatly delight in tortuous paths.

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This qualifies as extreme:

http://www.vinylsavor.de/phono6hs5.gif

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Old 9th September 2002, 07:37 PM   #15
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Post Tao and the Art of Amplifier Design

Thus, that which is seen as beautiful
is beautiful compared with that
which is seen as lacking beauty;
an action considered skilled
is so considered in comparison
with another, which seems unskilled.

http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthurs...ttcstan3.htm#1

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I slap on a very simple PSU for good measure...

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Old 9th September 2002, 07:42 PM   #17
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Folks,

A seemingly simple task done by a seemingly simple thing hides the true genius...

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Old 10th September 2002, 08:34 PM   #18
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I can't delver the schematics, but if you are looking for extreme phono amplifiers, you might have a look at this one:
http://www.boulderamp.com/bldramp.2008.html
Don't know the retail price in the US, here in germany it is about 35000$...
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I get the "Nagra" feeling when I see the Boulder amp but I'm a little bit skeptical (right spelled?) about many pcb's with many connectors. Ugh! Generally all connectors gets bad sooner or later. Avoid them as much as possible. I wonder though 35 kUSD, who is the customer? Not a pro?

Narga tape recorder (those of you who don't know) is so extreme and so nice, nice, nice and pleasant! I used it together with a pistol to measure accustics in rooms for deaf children.
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OK, guys you have been very helpful so far but I'm wondering about the X-LP. Noone knows?
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I get the "Nagra" feeling when I see the Boulder amp but I'm a little bit skeptical (right spelled?) about many pcb's with many connectors. Ugh! Generally all connectors gets bad sooner or later. Avoid them as much as possible. I wonder though 35 kUSD, who is the customer? Not a pro?

Narga tape recorder (those of you who don't know) is so extreme and so nice, nice, nice and pleasant! I used it together with a pistol to measure accustics in rooms for deaf children.
What? You shoot one to see if the others can hear it?

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