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Old 6th November 2003, 05:28 AM   #11
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Maple?
Whatever the wood, gorgeous grain.
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Great work Relder. But, one question: Where is the blue LED?
Sorry, two questions: Are you ready to share layout of your PCB with other fanatics?

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"Later listening to Robert Lucas on Russ' MTMs a little too loud it had all the dynamics I could seem to want, no lack of power."

I couldn't help it, I always play that track too loud!!

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Maple?
Walnut. My first attempt at French Polish.

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Great work Relder. But, one question: Where is the blue LED?
Sorry, two questions: Are you ready to share layout of your PCB with other fanatics?

Greetings from Belgrade....
Here's the basic layout. I added pads for PS bypass caps. The extra FET and diodes in the lower right were to potentially add a regulated V- (after reading Doug Self on the benefits of regulating the V- supply for a diff pair) but I never implemented it.

As for the required blue LED, it's waiting to find a home, along with a power switch! (might implement 12V auto turn on.)
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The wood looks really good, but could use some black acsents to round it off some.
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Very nice! Clean internals! Cool wood! I always love maple!

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The burling is great. French polish canít be beat. It is the true standard for custom furniture. Did it take long?
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The burling is great. French polish canít be beat. It is the true standard for custom furniture. Did it take long?
Since it was my first attempt, that took me a day on and off. Was going great at first, then I tried to apply some more pumice to fill some remaining pores at which point it began to look horrible (streaky and rough.) The good thing about shellac is it's easy to strip off with a little alcohol, and I started over again. I still don't have the hang of it, got some more practicing to do.
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If you want practice material my dinning room table needs some work! It is the victim of curious cats and a round mark made by a cheeseburger on a paper plate (travesty). The good news about this finish is that a lot of sins can be hidden before itís a total loss.

Are you thinking about doing this for some speakers too?
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