I found you!
Pleased to make your aquaintances! Great to see everybody working so hard.
I have a well worn copy of National's Audio Radio Handbook I bought when I built my first amp back in 1981.
It was the bridged LM383 and I used ceramic caps in the signal path.
Growing up I lusted for the big amps of the 1970's so now I buy them at garage sales.
My favorite is my Marantz 4300 Quadradial.
Beautiful effortless sound, but of course noisy switches and pots.
Also have a Marantz 2440 & 1030.
I like old Onkyos too, I have the A7, A5 & T4.
Other transistor amps are a Sansui AU-X301i & a Magnavox MRB200.
My old stereo tube amps are a Dynaco ST35 & a Kenwood KW44 reciever.
Homemade equipment includes a Valkyrie preamp with Marchand crossovers,
a LM3089 FM, FM10 transmitter, Signetics 540 amp, various headphone amps and speakers.
One pair is the Electro Voice 16A's, mostly original crossover but new Madisound & Audax drivers.
Current project is an embedded PC with no fans for my mp3 jukebox.
And I am collecting parts for a Son of Zen & maybe that revision of the A40 I've been hearing about.
Best wishes to you.
Audio Madness ?.
Like the rest of us, you need a psychiatrist more than you need DIY. :nod:
Join the club,
Eric / - 2000 + posts.
welcome Fusor...you`ll fit in just fine like the rest of us!!
Re: I found you!
Welcome to the forums,
And best wishes to you, too ;)
Welcome to the forum.
Re: I found you!
Thanks for the welcome guys!
Marchand XM1s which feed my A7 which feeds my subs. They are 15" Emminence's in 4 foot transmission lines.
Nice web site.
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