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Old 15th October 2012, 06:01 PM   #2401
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if question was for what's on pic .......... nothing else than burgers ..........

Pita ( real Turkish , so Serbian one ) is this : http://tinyurl.com/bpke2ev , something translated as Cheese Pie
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Old 15th October 2012, 07:30 PM   #2404
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hm.... Pita means few things to me , but I'm not sure that we are thinking of same

please explain ..
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I suspect that I will switch back to my balanced F5 after a few days. One idea would be to find an antique cabinet used for the best radios in the 30s and 40s and equip it with an F6 and a decent 12 inch speaker.

I have not really played around with the P3 adjustment on the F5 other than to null the 2nd harmonic. I wouldn't say that there is much "edginess" with the F5, other than perhaps needing a little high frequency rolloff.
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Another day listening to the Teaser-6 and I am growing more fond of it. I am now hearing the music, voices, and baseball game rather than the differences between this amplifier and the F5-balanced.

It would be interesting to do an A-B comparison between the Teaser-6 and a tube amp of similar configuration.
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If you ever trek to Seattle I can assemble a number of tube and hybrid amps from the hands of competent people and some of Papa's favorite Lowther's to add. You could also get involved with Gary Pimm and his PP SS Tabor, with all transformer coupled circuitry in Portland. I can introduce you to him if you like.... and he has quit racing his car for the year.

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Another day listening to the Teaser-6 and I am growing more fond of it. I am now hearing the music, voices, and baseball game rather than the differences between this amplifier and the F5-balanced.

It would be interesting to do an A-B comparison between the Teaser-6 and a tube amp of similar configuration.
SIT in output stage of Teaser-6 as an additional possibility.
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from some reason , I think that Pa isn't too much keen to make that iteration , at least not with PASS SIT-1 parts

at least that's how I understood what he replied on one of myriad of my molesting e-mails
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The SIT makes most sense in a non global-feedback design. I suspect that the F6 would not have the sound Pa was looking for with zero feedback.

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