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Old 15th June 2012, 04:32 PM   #7041
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The next step is to connect balanced BA3 (in separate case )to F4 dual mono balanced.
Have you compared BA2 outptut stage to F4. Not sure whether I should build the BA2 output or just stick with the F4
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Old 15th June 2012, 04:36 PM   #7043
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Just bought a pair of Radian 475PB with various horns to try out.
Radian 475PB-8 1" Aluminum Horn Driver 8 Ohm 2/3-Bolt 294-702
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Old 15th June 2012, 04:40 PM   #7045
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I don't understand the operation of the TL431 in BA2. I don't trust Nelson anymore he is very good at keeping secrets and laughing at us.
Just wondering if there is anything special about Nelson's use of TL431?
I am the dumbest

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The original frying pan method
You should try coffee in France.

Traditional French coffee à la maison is made in a regular cooking pot on the stove.
What's left goes in the fridge, to reheat on the stove the next day, or the next, or the next.

Turkish is espresso with several dissolved cigaret buds on the bottom, lack of cigaret paper residu is a sign of quality.
ZM is bud effendi(m) ?
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You should try coffee in France.

Traditional French coffee á la maison is made in a regular cooking pot on the stove.
What's left goes in the fridge, to reheat on the stove the next day, or the next, or the next.

Turkish is espresso with several dissolved cigaret buds on the bottom, lack of sigaret paper residu is a sign of quality.
Don't get me started on coffee. I LUV coffee!
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