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Old 26th May 2012, 05:03 PM   #31
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i'm using batteries right now and use them extensively, much more than in single stage, its not that, its 8 of them and charger, plus bias supply in a case that is already full to the brim. hasnt stopped me playing on the bench (just one channel so far), but you cannot pretend its not an obstacle.

one copper/teflon cap in my signal path doesnt bother me a great deal no and given all the rest of the way to the speakers is totally DC coupled including the speakers themselves, probably not such a bad safety measure

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