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Old 5th July 2007, 07:36 AM   #181
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Yes the schematics looks really great. May be I find the time to make a proto before I leave.
Thx ZM, thx a lot.

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same as our friend monkey face ....... even if I'm curious how he will transport those little boxes from Fr to Au ....... railroad ....... or what .....
Thats no problem with my car. (Renault 25 - larger inside as outside )
I fill the car with the boxes, and then I fill the boxes with all the unnecessary things I want to take.
See attachment. Just imagine the boxes instead of the bread. The procedure is the same...
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Yes the schematics looks really great. May be I find the time to make a proto before I leave.
Thx ZM, thx a lot.



Thats no problem with my car. (Renault 25 - larger inside as outside )
I fill the car with the boxes, and then I fill the boxes with all the unnecessary things I want to take.
See attachment. Just imagine the boxes instead of the bread. The procedure is the same...

ya nutz!


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Old 5th July 2007, 10:23 AM   #183
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Seems that our resident Dr. Evil Variac Mod (where is da bloody nice dedicated smiley......ah - there it is - Captain! ) changed thread's title in something completely comprehensive and logical ;

what gonna we do now


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I have thought that all mods are bad.
Assumption is often dangerous.
Am I right, Choky?


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Old 5th July 2007, 11:39 AM   #186
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I have thought that all mods are bad.
Assumption is often dangerous.
Am I right, Choky?


I'm the mod,too ..........
sort of .........

yup-you're right.
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Old 5th July 2007, 03:54 PM   #187
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Old 5th July 2007, 04:06 PM   #188
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yup....reminds me on one scene from "War lover" (Henry James? I'm rusty...tnx to God we have Google........John Hersey,off course)........
too long for my Engrish........ scene with two old man unloading wooden pieces from truck car........

anyway-I'm less grumpy than Baobabwana
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-on topic question-

How much current would a pumpkin draw per channel?

Will it drive an F4?
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-on topic question-

How much current would a pumpkin draw per channel?

Will it drive an F4?

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on topic answer .......


active part (actual preamp channel pcb) will draw around 2x30+5+15=80mA
buttttttttttttt:
CCS in shunt reg will be biased for 140-150 mA , and that will be exact amount of current per channel.add few more to that , in fact.... 160mA good enough for you?
count on minimum 2 x 50Vac /250mA xformer per channel , or
2 x 50Vac/500mA for both ; so- 50W xformer for dreky preamp,minimum .

F4?

what's that?

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