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Old 8th February 2012, 01:16 PM   #641
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naah - I just mentioned how Pa is finding that side of science most amusing ..... and how seeing that was amusing for me ( mention him in this very context is my attempt to poke him to write something here in your great thread )

we are not talking about Nelson specifically , but about those who spotted same thing about process which leads to crystallization of some idea or solution

so - pleasure isn't always in discovering completely new things ( I have few more thoughts now about that but I feel constrained with my ZMengrish) , but can be found also in some newish way of combining some items/things/ideas already discovered .......

so - I'm not disputing anything , just catching normal tempo , after removing huge amount of snow from garage to street
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Old 8th February 2012, 01:28 PM   #642
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I understand.

I just didn't want anyone to misinterpret my mini-essay on originality.

I remember the first time I picked out the big dipper in the night sky. Many before me had done the same, but I enjoyed the discovery nonetheless.

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Old 8th February 2012, 01:46 PM   #643
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there is great reading in one of my favefave books , regarding that subject

An Inquiry into Values - Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance - diyaudio.rs
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Old 8th February 2012, 01:59 PM   #644
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You'll make a philosopher of me yet.

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Old 8th February 2012, 02:24 PM   #645
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Old 8th February 2012, 05:33 PM   #646
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for those who are building Sit AMp V1 fig 11 , if they exist i prefer now 0,1F of source bypass cap ; better than the 50000uf wich is a little short for deep bass region
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Default Aleph Current Source

I've seen folks mention the idea, but has anyone actually tried the Aleph CS in a SIT amp?
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Yes, works fine. I've been spending more time with mu followers for no
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Default Aleph vs. traditional CCS in SITs

I was curious if you'd seen any differences in terms of distortion (assuming you've tried both). I have a set of R100s I'd like to try to add to my SITs in lieu of the IXTH6N50D2.
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another beginner question, on the Sit amp part one we can see that michael has draw a 8ohm load line to find the sweet spot . but later it is sais that the 2SK82 see the 8ohm speaker in parralel with the drain resistor ( 14ohm)

so why not to use a 5 ohm load line to find the Q point ?
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