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Old 15th February 2006, 06:04 PM   #1
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Greetings from Malaysia.
Having visited this site for the past few years, I've decided to reg. Projects that i have completed are 1) Aleph 5. Pretty hot amps. 2) Balance line for the above. Next in line is to upgrade A5 to Aleph X . Is there any left over GB pcbs around , i would like to get my hands on . Do let me know.
Finally i would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to the (ONE AND ONLY) MR NELSON PASS. You make the world turn upside down with all your ideas.
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Old 15th February 2006, 06:30 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums. Yes, Mr Pass is certainly one of our revered ones. Do you have photos of your previous projects?
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Old 17th February 2006, 03:11 PM   #3
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Hello Cal,
Re: Photos of past projects.
As the projects are completed a few years back . I'm only able to take some pictures of the system that is in use now.

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Thorens Td 295 Mk 3 c/w Tp41 T/arms & Ortofon /OMB 10e

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Diy Phono stage using Op amps BB OPA 2134 This sounds better than the original Rotel Phono Equaliser. (The Small Silver casing in middle.)

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The Power supply section for the Balance line. Note . I use unbalance in and balance out.

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The pre section with Volume & Input selector.

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The internal pic of the Balance line. Note that i use p2p wiring and its look like a bird nest

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Both the power supply pic & control pic.

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The Monster power amp at the bottom of the whole system size 19.5 " wide 20" deep 12.5" high.

This is how it looks . the speaker in use is B&O 4 ways and its power hungry. I have a pair of caliper Sig which i would like to use very much. THats for all now. Hope you like it
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