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Old 4th July 2007, 06:53 PM   #171
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Ohh, the final schematic is superb work, indeed!!! I can think of nothing to add/change. I will put one together as soon as possible. To tell you the truth: I think even NP is a bit amazed
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Ohh, the final schematic is superb work, indeed!!! I can think of nothing to add/change. I will put one together as soon as possible. To tell you the truth: I think even NP is a bit amazed

seems that I'll embrace benefits of "needlepoint" protoboards this days, just to make final adjustments to shunt reg schmtc ;

after that , all pcbs will be finished soon ; ya know that you'll be ........not exactly beta tester,just because all beta testing is long time ago finished, but certainly beta builder ;

you can wait that long.......few weeks ,in fact.

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for Papa- that's boiled water,fer sure

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first album - Jethro Tull ...........good blues
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Old 4th July 2007, 07:15 PM   #173
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The shunt-reg: I am sure that your shuntreg will make all the difference! I have listened to a shuntreg on several occassions, they sound great indeed!! An open and detailed soundstage like that, is nearly impossible to achieve without the shunt-reg!
NP, watch out The shuntreg really plays the music as it was supposed to!!

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Old 4th July 2007, 08:29 PM   #174
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The shunt-reg: I am sure that your shuntreg will make all the difference! I have listened to a shuntreg on several occassions, they sound great indeed!! An open and detailed soundstage like that, is nearly impossible to achieve without the shunt-reg!
NP, watch out The shuntreg really plays the music as it was supposed to!!

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Old 4th July 2007, 10:41 PM   #175
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seems that nobody "out" of off topic mob isn't interested
he he, change the name of the thread to "Here is a preamp that WILL DRIVE THE F4"

then you will find a mob..




Yes, this pre does look very nice - I wish I had more talent so I could see just how nice it really is just by looking at the schem....
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Old 4th July 2007, 11:10 PM   #176
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he he, change the name of the thread to "Here is a preamp that WILL DRIVE THE F4"

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hu .......that's thing for our frightful Variac mod ( )


Mr. Variac........ can ya change this thread title to
"The Pumpkin -sister of Babelfish j - preamp that will take pants off of F4.......and much more off topic issues"



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Old 5th July 2007, 01:02 AM   #177
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off course- there is slight mistake with position of 9V1 zener at gate of last (shunt ) mosfet .

it must be k to + and a to gate (via 220E) , not like it's drawn

ZM -as master of disaster

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..that's thing for our frightful Variac mod ( )
First, I'm shocked, SHOCKED that you would refer to the
Great Variac without his personal "smilie" :

Variac


The most appropriate title might be:

"Drecky Babble-Thread Occasionally Interrupted by Off-Topic Discussions of a Pumpkin-Pre That Will Drive the Pants Off an F4 and your Sister, or power an Electric Chair If the Need Arises"

But, I will give you guys a promotional tip:

Keep It Short. If you Keep It Short you will get millions of Off-Topic Acalytes who will buy into your Mob, making you a millionaire, even possibly buying a board or two.

So, why don't you guys discuss this for about 10 pages and come up with a new, not obscene, title that incorporates the letters F4 and is no longer than the current title.

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First, I'm shocked, SHOCKED that you would refer to the
Great Variac without his personal "smilie" :

Variac


The most appropriate title might be:

"Drecky Babble-Thread Occasionally Interrupted by Off-Topic Discussions of a Pumpkin-Pre That Will Drive the Pants Off an F4 and your Sister, or power an Electric Chair If the Need Arises"

But, I will give you guys a promotional tip:

Keep It Short. If you Keep It Short you will get millions of Off-Topic Acalytes who will buy into your Mob, making you a millionaire, even possibly buying a board or two.

So, why don't you guys discuss this for about 10 pages and come up with a new, not obscene, title that incorporates the letters F4 and is no longer than the current title.

Variac




sorry ,Bwana, I didn't saw that personal eek character

I like your interpretation of thread title even more - feel free to change it whenever you feel extreme urge to do that ..........

anyway- I know that all my efforts to became a millionaire are doomed pre hoc , so why worrying ......... (tnx for the tips !!) and this way is much more fun......... we make squeek amps and spks here too,not just eeny weeny preamp ........


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Old 5th July 2007, 07:07 AM   #180
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