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Old 2nd March 2013, 03:25 PM   #51
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I am not offended by Jacco at all. I know he is picking, and i did not cut my toe nails just to spite him.
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If I understand the information provided correctly, the devices with the A suffix (for Audio) has higher gate leakage.
SemiSouth reckons that the leakage is not important for audio, if I am not mistaken.


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I believed Nelson has eluded to the fact that you must be careful with gate resitors for this reason, Wrenchone also had similar unexpeced issues with his HV version of an amp with the RO85 due to leakage. I am about to measure both Yfs and leakage as part of a larger investifation into the F6. I want to know, so that when i switch and get different results, I can guess what the contributing factor might be. That is why i asked.
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Old 2nd March 2013, 04:12 PM   #54
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If I understand the information provided correctly, the devices with the A suffix (for Audio) has higher gate leakage.
SemiSouth reckons that the leakage is not important for audio, if I am not mistaken.


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Bear in mind that compared to what Dr. EUVL-itography does during day hours, this is double-kiddy stuff.
Praise yourself fortunate that Patrick is a hands-on mechatronics ace, who enjoys his audio hot.
Had he been a regular EE instead, he might have been reciting from books at the BT thread.

Vision yourself teaching html to kindergarten.

(plus folks in the Netherlands/Germany are quite rude/blunt, sorta grows on ya, even on those who received their mechatronics education in England )

End of old-geezer speech.
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Bear in mind that compared to what Dr. EUVL-itography does during day hours, this is double-kiddy stuff.
Praise yourself fortunate that Patrick is a hands-on mechatronics ace, who enjoys his audio hot.
Had he been a regular EE instead, he might have been reciting from books at the BT thread.

Vision yourself teaching html to kindergarten.

(plus folks in the Netherlands/Germany are quite rude/blunt, sorta grows on ya, even on those who received their mechatronics education in England )

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Jacco, I have never said anything about his contribution. I am simply saying that if you don't like teaching kindergarten. Dont. But...if yo do, dont project onto the dumb kids. I know You, ZM, SY, Nelson, EUVL, Joachim and others are superior intellects. That is why I come, as a kindergartner, to learn. We can spend all day talking abotu who is smart and who is dumb( Blowtorch Thread), but i prefer amiable conversation and help. I am sure you could lecture me all day and I would just sit there with dumb look on my face, but what is accomplished in doing so. A good teacher can teach anyone, not just the people who get it.
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a) A good teacher does not spoon feed. Instead he teaches (sometime forcefully) you to feed yourself.
b) If you really want to learn, then you really should frequent the blowtorch thread, or even the other place.
You will learn a lot more there than you ever from me.

The word "rude" is in my opinion inappropriate.
You can say that the Germans and the Dutch are direct = speak their mind.
If you take part in a technical discussion where I work, you will flip out in no time.




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Please don't try to over-interpret things.

Of course it is good for buzzford that he has 8 pairs of matched SJEPs.
You can't easily get them anymore unmatched, not to speak of matched.

But suggesting that I am jealous is a bit over the top.
Because you have no idea how many of those we have in our procession.

Please stop this time-wasting discussion.
I will sign out, unless we have something technically interesting to discuss.


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