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Old 12th March 2009, 01:47 PM   #1
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That was a nice interview. I really do enjoy building your amps.
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Old 12th March 2009, 07:14 PM   #3
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The absolute sound has an interview with Mr. Pass in this months copy.
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Better yet, it has a "before and after" picture.

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Better yet, it has a "before and after" picture.

Before and after? the 60's?

The B1 sounds good. What kind of wine would you like?
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What kind of wine would you like?


>> Off topic <<

I like red wine (any if not sweet).

Me: "Can I have one glass of wine . . . ?"
Doctor: "Yeah . . ."

It's raining. Better to go back to my DIYing transformer . . .

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Nelson, I loved the article and the photos.....when I saw the 1974 "Ion Cloud" picture I just had to laugh - you did look good cleaned up !! Your hair has changed color though !!

I'm told by one of my smart-*** English friends that as you age your hair grows in both directions...when the roots find gray matter, the hair turns gray, when they find nothing they fall out !!! (I try not to give my bald friends too hard a time, but it is hard to restrain myself sometimes, especially when the joke is on me.)

Thanks for all the WISDOM. This is a wonderful vocation / avocation.......
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It seems being around electric fields surrounded by high voltage and current keeps one looking young.

Great article and the one in AudioXpress on Erno Borbley was also excellent. Erno mentions Nelson in his interview regarding class A designs.

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