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Old 4th November 2011, 12:36 PM   #391
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I was going to say that the cover art is worthy of TEFAF.
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Good idea, but I probably won't be buying it because somewhere in my pile of papers and books I already have sections one and two in their original form. Unless, of course, you tempt us with a sample from section three?
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I was going to say that the cover art is worthy of TEFAF.
Agreed. The cover art could use some inspiration, but this is definitely something I will have to get eventually.

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Comments: I also have some of each of the original series, but not all- this nicely filled in the blanks. The third section is a superb find (to DF96: well worth it). Great reading, and it certainly lays the foundation for the more comprehensive work Doug did later on, as well as seeing the detailed discussion by the justly-legendary Baxandall.
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Most dogs do have golden ears.
They also have golden noses.

I found the publication to be very interesting as well.
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Old 14th November 2011, 05:53 PM   #398
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I was going to say that the cover art is worthy of TEFAF.
... at vastly lower price, of course.
I know; I keep forgetting that audio is a fashion industry

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It does look like your 3 transistors serve the same purpose as his "3-legged" input doublet. You would have to work out the equations to tell for sure. Nice circuit!

To be fair Kendall did say he is article is based on work done in the 80's. At least he told me in private, I have not seen the finished article. If it works out essentially the same functionality, your version is very elegant.
Hi Scott,

Meanwhile I figured out his version. Indeed, its based on the same priciples, though his circuit is even more elegant. Due to an additional loop (there are three in total) his circuit is more stable, i.e. less dependent on closely matched transistors and also less dependent on the ambient temperature.
See: HEEEELLLPPP : M. Randy Slone Mirror Image Topology Construction - Troubles

I vote for Kendall's circuit.

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