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Old 23rd November 2004, 07:52 PM   #11
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Joe, can you please check your e-mail, subject:Your Visit In Munich?

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Yes, saw it, thanks. Do you know where Einsteinstrasse is? That is where I am staying. I think it the eastern part of Munich. Yes, let's see if we can meet up. Keep in touch.

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Did you see Geoff Husband's quote: "The Quiet Revolution." ?

On with the Revolution!
It's a bit late now, but 'Revolution' would have been a great name for these amps when we were looking for an alternative to 'Gainclone'.

Anyway, so long as no guillotines are involved, I'm up for the revolution!
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Congratulations, Joe!

Well done new case, like it better than previous.

Plan to land in Serbia within this Oz Japan - Germany route? A chance to hear you_know_what

Pedja
Yeah, I know. Unfortunately not able to take you up on that offer. BTW, using that triple-D in a non buffer situation as the bottom of a cascoded differential input stage (a la RTP preamp in 'Schematics' section of www.vacuumstate.com) with tube on top and long-tail fet CS at the bottom. It seems cascoded circuits like a LOT of transconductance on the bottom section....

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Old 23rd November 2004, 08:16 PM   #14
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good news! I am looking forward to meet you at the triode festival!

See you soon!

BTW: I will take my version with me, so we could compare them :-)

Franz
OK. Look out for me, I am the pudgy looking rotund one...

What, do you swim across Lake Constance (Bodensee)? You'll catch a chill.

Did you hear the joke: Q: "So you came from Hawaii. Honolulu?" A: "No, on a surfboard."

Getit?

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PS: Only 80, limited by Christian and Wolfgang, this year they didn't publish a list like they did previously. At least I couldn't find any, otherwise I would have seen your name.

BACK TO WORK!!!!!!
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It's a bit late now, but 'Revolution' would have been a great name for these amps when we were looking for an alternative to 'Gainclone'.

Anyway, so long as no guillotines are involved, I'm up for the revolution!
Get some sleep Nick, don't be an insomniac. You sleep, I gotta work, amps to build, trip to prepare.

I think somehow somebody has already used 'Revolution' as a brand name? www.revolutionaudio.ca.

JOE, BACK TO WORK, NOW!!!

Boy, am I a mean task manager.

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Old 23rd November 2004, 09:41 PM   #16
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JOE, BACK TO WORK, NOW!!!

Boy, am I a mean task manager.

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Joe, you have to find someone to build the amps for you, you are being very hard with yourself.

Huh....
Forget it, bad idea, make them yourself.
You would end up with solder joints "a la Gaincard".
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