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Old 5th October 2009, 11:51 PM   #101
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At least 8 for stereo, or possibly 16 depending on what power output you want.

Thanks for the reply. That would make it a very expen$ive amplifier .

So, I'm in for four matched devices. That's what a normal stereo J2 requires, correct?

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Old 6th October 2009, 12:19 AM   #102
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So, I'm in for four matched devices. That's what a normal stereo J2 requires, correct?
Magura, please count me in for four matched devices.
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Magura, please count me in for four matched devices.
that will be 2 pairs, don't you think ?

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Old 6th October 2009, 12:45 AM   #104
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that will be 2 pairs, don't you think ?

Two matched pairs
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Old 6th October 2009, 03:48 AM   #105
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If shipping a small parcel to India is not a problem, I'll take 2 matched pairs. Thanks.
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Old 6th October 2009, 04:27 PM   #106
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Yep,
We all need to stop crying over the costs of these things, and start drawing up circuits for us to put them into.

I for one would like to build a J2 clone, Not COPY.
Wouldn't mind some help with that Course, not on this thread. At least until those buggers are in a static bag in my hands.
Would love to participate in that thread. Agree that this should be a J2 inspired design, not a breach of Pass's IP that he so generously shares with us.

Let's put the I in DIY. By the way, is the Aleph J in the public domain yet? I didn't see it on the FW site. We could use that for guidance.

I'm afraid I won't be a great deal of help (new to SS), but will do my best.
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Would love to participate in that thread.
Then I suggest you do so:

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...78#post1943478


Regarding info about this GB in general:

I seem to get a bunch of PM's and private mails every day, asking anything from "what the price a piece is", to "could you please tell me what the winning combo for next weeks lottery is".

Any information I have, has been given in this thread.

This goes for shipping cost (yes it's included in the 50$ a piece, unless you want registered, insured, or whatever, which is not offered, simply due to the cost of it, VS. a very small risk of loss), price, are they matched, can I have mine painted blue, and so forth

Considering the very limited number of actual informative posts, I would like to ask anybody whom wants to participate, to read through the entire thread. It's gonna take you a maximum of 10 minutes, give you the info you need, and save me like half an hour a day.


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By the way, is the Aleph J in the public domain yet? I didn't see it on the FW site.
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Just to keep things moving forward I'll take 8. An all JFET signal chain seems appropriate for me.
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