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Old 23rd February 2012, 12:15 AM   #701
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upper and lower ones are for bias

middle one is for , say , amount of Zen

(for greater change of Zen , connect another resistor in series)
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Just a few minutes ago as I was drinking my morning Caffe macchiato, and eating a few blocks of chocolate, I came to think of the distortion spectrum...
Chocolate, being sweet, would be the second one...
Macchiato, being bitter (without sugar) would be the third...
I discovered that I like it most when I mix the certain quantity of chocolate with a certain quantity of macchiato...
Call it the right amount of Zen...

p.s. I did the mixture without pot
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hammond inductors ordered, i will make it ring soon
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Old 23rd February 2012, 11:54 AM   #705
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where ???
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on top of the speakers , where else ?

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Old 2nd March 2012, 07:39 AM   #709
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Hey Juanitox!!

The sound of this solution with the choke - is it a secret - or do you soon reveal your experience? When I get home from my offshore-schedule I will order more of the parts - so before i start ordering either a big 42 volt toroid or a smaller 18 volt and the associated gear - my mind is in waitmode! Have got the boxes, the SK82, the in and output caps, the heatsink. So before ordering the rest - how is the sound with the 193 vs. bulbs/resistors?

Enjoying my newbuilt PassB1buffer with ClassD SDS254, which is very good - but misses that extra touch that maybe the LÀmp(L`Choke) can give!

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still waiting my hammond from germany .. i want to try it just for fun and to
have less heat not for a sound approach , the Res/load sit is really good like this
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