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Old 18th October 2011, 06:09 PM   #1951
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Don't you guys have a scroll mouse...?
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Old 18th October 2011, 06:22 PM   #1952
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Don't you guys have a scroll mouse...?
Would'nt need a scroll mouse if there were PICTURES!
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Old 19th October 2011, 08:29 AM   #1953
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It feels really satisfying to be credited for one's achievements.
But the pic threads are not here for that.
Pictures here are invitations for criticism. Aren't they?
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Old 19th October 2011, 02:02 PM   #1954
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This is getting a bit childish. Comments, critiques and suggestions are of course welcomed on this and all threads on this forum. However the members should keep in mind the difference between a "Gallery" and a "Blog" in this situation. The developers of this site have supplied several very useful tools by way of PMs and email for members to communicate with posters. There are dedicated threads for every DIY topic imaginable and those threads have both pictures and text conversations of every description.

It has always been my contention that forum members will follow the "spirit of the intent" of a segment of this forum if that INTENT is clearly stated. The phrase "Photo Gallery" could not be more clear. Andrew, myself and others are not attempting to limit any valid comments and discussions, but more correctly hoping to avoid dilution and confusion and hope the ADULT members here will do their best try do their posting in the appropriate place.

And yes, posting pictures does indeed invite criticism. Most often that is "Constructive Criticism" that proves to be a valuable learning tool and in some cases has saved a builder's life by avoiding electrocution.
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Old 20th October 2011, 01:40 PM   #1955
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I thought that I would just prove that I did in fact build stuff and not just forum-surf..

Here are a few pics of my current project. A 4 channel amplifier with DSP crossover for a set of two way speakers that I have also built. The chip-amp boards are from Rod Elliot (P19):
Single Chip 50W Stereo Amplifier

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Old 20th October 2011, 01:54 PM   #1956
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deja vu: shorted turn alert!
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deja vu: shorted turn alert!
Are you referring to the transformer bolt being too long? I'm not sure if I can see one
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no, referring to the black wire coming off it. that's a no-no.

edit: hey, this may be a photo problem perhaps that black wire is just dangling there in space? its hard to tell on my monitor. if so, then ignore my vision-challenged comment
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no, referring to the black wire coming off it. that's a no-no.

edit: hey, this may be a photo problem perhaps that black wire is just dangling there in space? its hard to tell on my monitor. if so, then ignore my vision-challenged comment
No harm in being cautious. I think its a trick of the light
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Old 20th October 2011, 03:12 PM   #1960
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deja vu: shorted turn alert!
deja vu: to you too!
You won't catch me falling for that one!
Black wire is not connected and is waiting to be connected to 0v for the DSP.

PLEASE! its not finished.....
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