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Old 27th December 2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default Cambridge 640C MK1 with balanced Tube output stage (Lampizator)

Hello,

i need help.

I will mod. my Cambridge 640C MK1 with balanced Tube XLR-output stage after the idea from Lukasz Fikus (Lampizator).

On his following site he has no Connection diagram / shematic for balanced Tube Out !?
Only for Stereo Out.
http://www.lampizator.eu/lampizator/...Lmpizator.html

Basis is this Cathode Shematic with 6H6P Tubes:
http://lampizator.eu/LAMPIZATOR/LAMP...X/IMG_5143.jpg


My question:
Can any one make me a connection diagram/shematic for balanced-XLR-Out??
Which construction units, Transformator (Pri.: 230V - sec1: ?V, sec2: ?V,), ..



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