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Old 24th October 2003, 11:35 PM   #11
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I don't think that will pass UL approval

Looks nice though

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Old 24th October 2003, 11:37 PM   #12
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WOW this is one nice amp! I only see one potential problem with it. If I did the same amp, I'd probably come back from work one day with a funny smell and a toasted cat over the amp. Other than that, how does it behave with the different thing going on/off around (specially things like TVs or computers)

Nice work, really impressed!
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Old 25th October 2003, 12:34 AM   #13
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Thank you guys.I'm glad you like it.I did some typing mistake.It was suppose to be Aleph P 1.0 not Aleph 1.0.This is preamp.
the red LED is there to indicate that the preamp is working.
Actually I have the wonderful cat.
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Old 25th October 2003, 12:52 AM   #14
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sorry Zygibajt, just a really bad joke... Blue LEDs seem to go best
with outstanding DIY efforts like yours

(Pass Labs products sport Blue LEDs)

keep an eye on that kitty!
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Old 25th October 2003, 04:54 AM   #15
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Thats an amazing piece of work!!!!!!! Or should I say a work of Art!!!! Did you make drawings first of the P to P that you did, or did you just make it up as you went along? If you did any drawings at all I would ask you to please post them here as I would really love to duplicate your effort for my system, others here may want to as well. That P to P wiring job is simply dynamite!
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Old 25th October 2003, 05:29 AM   #16
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very nice and neat.... one of the best wiring work I have seen on the forum....I`m sure Nelson would like you to contribute the pics to his gallery

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Old 25th October 2003, 07:55 AM   #17
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Really Pro p-p! This can't be your first project.
One has to exercise a lot before making something as nice as your amp.
Tell (and show) us more of your previous work.
How did you attach all the components to the wood? Glue?

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Old 25th October 2003, 09:06 AM   #18
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Thanks for all these good words.I,m very glad you like it.

to tool49:
I have never had any problem with either TV or computers (with any of my projects,and that isn't the only one that is done this way).I do it for my use.If I was suppose to build it for someone else I would never go that way,but regular ,with enclosure.

to Mark A. Gulbrandsen:
Sorry but I never did any drowing.Gathering the parts I'm starting to have some clue how to put it together,then I sit and play with soldergun.Usually (have to have all parts) takes me 1 evening.

to Netlist:
All components are either glued or screwed.I've learned that no components/connection can be loose (some vibration/microphonic problems)
Actually back then it was my second project I ever did.The first one was BLS,which I did the same way and came pretty much the same (maybe it was nicer ,maybe it wasn't).It had a power switch and IEC socket though.Can't show it,now.I gave it to my cousin in other city.

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thanks a lot
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Old 25th October 2003, 04:19 PM   #19
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Thumbs up Bartek

What did you use for hook up wire. This does not look like normal buss wire to me, is it somthing different.

You did a nice job of laying this out, looks very cool.
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Old 26th October 2003, 07:29 AM   #20
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Thanks
I've taken it from inside of Cordial interconnect cable.It was tweasted,shielded pair.No hi-end,quite cheap.
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