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Old 6th June 2007, 01:11 PM   #1
Fitero is offline Fitero  Canada
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Default Tube buffered, IGC mod.

Quite awhile back, I built, and enjoyed the Vacuum State Electronics GC.

Recently, I made a pair of the active, Linkwitz, Pluto speakers, and would like to drive them with the tube-buffer section of my GC.

I can make things, but don't know diddly about much else. So, I don't know where I can tap off, AND if I should add, or subtract some resistors to the tube's output, before soldering it to the RCA output connector.

Has anybody done this?

Thanks and Regards,
Peter
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