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Old 1st August 2009, 06:58 PM   #1
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Default Nelson Pass, Thanks for writing!

I think I've read nearly all your articles, some of them several times. They are the most enjoyable technical writing I have read, of course you have a slight advantage in that I share your passion for the subject matter.

The simple, clear, elegant style (with a bit of humor) in which you move through an article is refreshing. By building on a central concept which is always kept in reference it's easy to follow the purpose of the article.

I realize that around the industry you are known for your circuit designs, I think you're equally as strong in your ability to teach. I know it takes time to sit down and pound out an article, and I appreciate all the work you have done for past, present, and future DIYers (including Me).

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Kevin
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Thank you. Your name has been placed on the list in the
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@ Kevin

that's nonsense ;

look at my sig - my Papa is waaaay smarter than your Nelson

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Old 2nd August 2009, 12:29 AM   #4
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Thank you. Your name has been placed on the list in the event of amplifier rapture.
ouch.

I would hate to find that my amps have gone up to heaven. I am pretty sure I would not be allowed to follow....

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So then in heaven would all amplifiers run in class D?
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It was a trick question. Of course amplifiers would run in Class A, they would warm the feet of Saints from above while being cooled by the wings of angels from below.
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