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Last Comment by platefire - Posted Date: Thu December 10, 2015 7:11pm [ Post a Comment
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Please see pictures of the hohner ca12r . I currently have the Motorola outputs in it. sound is ok as long as the volume is kept really low. Platefire
Photo Details: "specs on a Marlboro amp" by platefire - Posted Date: Thu December 10, 2015 - Rating: 0.00

Last Comment by fitmartin - Posted Date: Mon December 7, 2015 12:09pm [ Post a Comment
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great build!

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Photo Details: "Tang band 1772 build" by larryldspkr - Posted Date: Mon March 12, 2012 - Rating: ********** 9.50

Last Comment by kct - Posted Date: Thu December 3, 2015 10:23pm [ Post a Comment
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Wonderful Scope, I have the same unit, still works great and is of great service to me.

Rating: 10.00
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Last Comment by georgejetzum - Posted Date: Thu November 19, 2015 6:24am [ Post a Comment
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Ive just found the mullard is English, not Australian and is 4w+4w hence the 44. just as well it dosen't have to push bottom end.
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Last Comment by georgejetzum - Posted Date: Thu November 19, 2015 5:58am [ Post a Comment
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this is my system, the speaker drivers were built in Dandenong Victoria, just out of Melbourne by Peter Drummond who at the time (1976) had not long bought the copyrights for plassey/Rola speakers and started his own factory making stage gear and a few special HiFi jobs. My speakers are 12 inch bass guitar cones with hand wound voice coils, fully sealed mid range wound to suit and specially built soft domes to match. they were supplied with hand wound crossovers (very heavy coils) rolling off at 300 & 3k cps. I lost the crossovers (long story) but eventually got this electronic crossover and Bi amped the lot with the Japanese Rotel doing bass, the mallard (built in Melbourne circa 1956) doing pure class A (valve) mid range and the Jap NAD for tops. the horn tweeters I hardly ever use now as the NAD drives the soft domes just fine, (for a while the Mallard was the only amp and it 's weakness is top end) the horns are a bit harsh for what I have now. Anyhow, I need proper enclosures for the speakers, (the ones pictured were a quick improvisation roughly 30 years ago and have remained ever since, the photo doesn't show the tuned port in the rear panel)
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Last Comment by Reginaldo Silva - Posted Date: Sat October 3, 2015 8:24am [ Post a Comment
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Amplifier good, PCB exelente
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Last Comment by Mattdude0 - Posted Date: Sun September 13, 2015 1:50pm [ Post a Comment
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Your speakers (the Horn Diffuser) look like My JBL Signature S-7 systems which I built while in College in the mid 70's. I still enjoy them. Every 10-15 years I replace the foam surrounds.

Rating: 10.00
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Last Comment by SCompRacer - Posted Date: Mon September 7, 2015 7:19pm [ Post a Comment
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Dual mono Twisted Pear Buffalo III DAC. Arduino control, Corpius shield, TP power supplies, HD, HD BP and linear. Linear supplies power modules/Arduino.
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Last Comment by AKN - Posted Date: Sat August 1, 2015 6:43pm [ Post a Comment
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Drastic distortion jump.
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Last Comment by soretooth - Posted Date: Sun June 7, 2015 11:14pm [ Post a Comment
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try virtual valves website click on exhibits. lots of pics
Photo Details: "Telefunken Tubes with no labels" by tropicalmuz - Posted Date: Wed September 19, 2012 - Rating: 0.00

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