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Old 5th November 2004, 03:30 AM   #1
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Talking Headphone amp completed

Besides the wood stain

One control - volume. On/Off is on left, hidden by a 6CL6. LED just visible.
Front and trim is poplar. Sides are pine:
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Power supply ventillation and use of standard computer power cord.
Rear cover is 1/8" pressboard:
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Tube layout, rear row, 6CL6, 6X4, 6CL6. In front are the two 13EM7's.
Top is Baltic birch ply:
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Bottom is 1/4" pressboard. Judicious use of rivets holds iron down:
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Metal is 1/16" 5052 aluminum (thick yes, but I got lots, CHEAP!!), primed and painted with hammertone finish. I made the big gouge in the paint job, in front of the 6X4 with my rivet gun

Schematic is the one at: http://geek.scorpiorising.ca/contrib..._Headphone.png
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