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patnut 5th November 2012 08:42 AM

keen newby
 
hi to all, i have been a long time audio fanatic with a fairly large collection of speakers, amps, subs, and all sorts that are forever getting me into trouble with my wife. i have a lot of ideas that are floating around which normally involve recycling some of the gear i have laying about, but i think i have lots to learn about modding.
i have been a member here for a little while, and im taking my first step by looking for advice, and hopefully some expertise. where do i start in the learning chain of electronics, and is it possible for a novice to learn.

Cal Weldon 6th November 2012 05:43 PM

Hi and welcome. Of course it's possible to learn. There are loads of persons here to help. What sort of plans do you have?

planet10 6th November 2012 06:29 PM

Welcome to the forum Pat.

dave

patnut 7th November 2012 07:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cal Weldon (http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3230917#post3230917)
Hi and welcome. Of course it's possible to learn. There are loads of persons here to help. What sort of plans do you have?

probably a huge step to start with, but i have a kenwood krv9080 which has loads of power, but i want to build a power amp using this as a base.

picowallspeaker 7th November 2012 07:18 PM

Good : usually is the preamp section that is not adequate; also the electronic input selector is not very good . Less is better


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