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Guitar tone pot and caps

Posted 1st May 2010 at 01:52 PM by Wayne737

I have a quetion about guitar tone potentiometers and capacitors. A build I'm working on has a preamp. Must the tone control be before the preamp? And all the tone control is at the first part of the potentiometer. I want it to adjust the tone across the entire potentiometer. Would that have to do the the potentiometer, capacitor, or how it is wired?
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Shunt Regulator Wiki

Posted 26th April 2010 at 12:50 AM by DougL
Updated 28th April 2010 at 06:43 PM by DougL

Here is my brothers response to the first version of the Shunt Regulator wiki. I actually wrote it for him so he could get a clue of what I was babbling about.

Дуг,

Это бумажное средство приблизительно столько же, сколько эта электронная почта будет означать для Вас. Я думаю, что это хорошо написано. Вы будете нуждаться в этой связи, чтобы выяснить то, что пятку я только что написал Вам, поскольку это находится на русском языке.

http: // translation2.paralink.com/

Кит

Here is a translation:
Arcs, This paper means approximately so many, this how much electronic mail will indicate for you. I think that this is well written. You will require in this connection in order to explain that the fact that I recently wrote heel to you, since this is found on the Russian language.

For thoes of you that are curious, the article is here:
http://www.diyaudio.com/wiki/Shunt_Regulation
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Hello

Posted 25th April 2010 at 11:58 AM by taro2ss

Hello.

I may be writing a article for audio products of JAPAN on diyAudio blogs from today.

Thank you.


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My DIY portable headphone amplifier.
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3 way speaker

Posted 21st April 2010 at 12:48 AM by clemmtec

I want to build a speaker that has very stong
bass,and clean not the noise kind. what woofers or sub woofer would you recommend ?
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Research for My first Horn Speaker.

Posted 19th April 2010 at 08:57 PM by DougL
Updated 28th April 2010 at 06:44 PM by DougL

This is my foray into the dark side.
The only horn speakers I have ever heard was a K horn being driven with a Phase Linear 700.
Could not stay in the room.
Now I am curious if it can be better.

I have a 3 DCX2496 and 6 channels of amplification, so I will start with an active system.

My goal is to get the drivers close to 100db or higher efficiency.
I want to be able to experiment with low power amps.
I am also frugal, so I want to use low cost waveguide components.

Compression tweeter
Direct radiation mid
Woofer/Woofers.

JBL 2123 is my starting point Second hand only.

B&C 6MD38 99db $89
B&C 8PE21 98 db $100
B&C 10MD26 100 db $160
B&C 10HPL64 98 db $130

Here is an example speaker.
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi...ml#post1653499

I will start a thread after...
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Projects, Projects, Projects..

Posted 16th April 2010 at 05:07 PM by kevinkr
Updated 16th April 2010 at 05:19 PM by kevinkr

Like most of us here I seem to have more projects than I can handle. Just added another one - I'm going to do a simple little 6BQ5/6V6/7C5 based SE amplifier for nostalgia. (My first tube amp as a teenager was a 6BQ5 SE)

I've just added to the stack by ordering a pair of 6V6/6BQ5 SE OPTs from Tony over at Twin Audio. The price with shipping was pretty hard to beat, and I figure that the effort they put into building their amplifiers probably is also reflected in the quality of the parts they use. This amplifier will be pretty simple, most likely using pentode mode with some cathode feedback, a single stage high mu triode driver, and some limited global feedback to get the output impedance down. Hopefully I can make enough power to drive the HCC with it. I could conceivably incorporate the baffle step correction into the input of this amplifier if it is dedicated to driving the HCCs. As a firm believer in the benefits of fixed bias the output stage will incorporate that....
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After being freed of having a cast

Posted 15th April 2010 at 07:19 PM by Bas Horneman (Bas Horneman's diyAudio.com blog)
Updated 15th April 2010 at 09:44 PM by Bas Horneman

on my hand for the past 3 weeks. It (the cast) finally was removed today. So I was itching to go.

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L C calculator

Posted 13th April 2010 at 01:08 PM by klewis
Updated 11th March 2011 at 02:44 PM by klewis

http://malzev.tripod.com/book/butter.htm

Inductance Calculatorhttp://www.consultrsr.com/resources/eis/induct5.htm

LRC calculator http://www.calctool.org/CALC/eng/ele...cs/RLC_circuit
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having fun with pic controller

Posted 8th April 2010 at 07:23 PM by klewis

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/solid...ontroller.html
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Recommendations ~ Ultra high-end audio installer in the Portland, OR area

Posted 7th April 2010 at 06:35 PM by gsritchie
Updated 10th April 2010 at 12:18 AM by gsritchie (Change title)

I’ve finalized my research and am seeking a reputable Ultra high-end audio installer in the Portland, OR area for my vehicle. Someone who is extremely detailed oriented, taking extreme care to the interior, install and passionate in perfecting the ultimate balanced sound.

I fully comprehend the dynamics of the issues in producing a system over 1000w and will adjust the vehicle with a HO alternator, deep cycle battery and upgrade the “big 3”

Potential package:
·Fully lined with Dynamat
·Cardis or Pear interconnects and speaker wire
·Aluma Pro CAP
·McIntosh MX406 or Pioneer DEX-P99RS
·MacIntosh D/A converter
·Seas Lotus reference w/Scan Speak mid
· Sinfoni amps
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