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Old 14th April 2013, 07:20 PM   #121
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That would take beefy sink. I assume you would need servo of some sort to avoid cap on output or can schade be done with dual rails? I have only seen Single rail.
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if you take a look at last attached pic - you'll see dual rails , and no caps in signal path

conclusion - if Mighty ZM can make it , then it is possible

there is servo too , but you know that Pa isn't using them lately , probably not enough place in generic FW amp enclosure and additional small FW enclosure , containing just servo , umbilically connected to main case ...... that will be ugly
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Ill let it lie for a while unless you need beta for 2sK version. Not that it was intended. Need modified board for T03P, but ca be easily done. I bet it will be real nice, especially with the SiT's. I haave this terrible affliction of trusting you. Kinda curious about J2X after this, but BAX must be tried while I wait for preamp Second pre above is pre version with 2sk2013. Just to play. Tubes. oh, forgot about them Got to focus again. GB continues. Ordered wood for speakers today


V3 doesn't have the musicality of Funny^6. Probably more even top to bottom, meaning level response, but I cant say that it is huge difference. Notice more splash and air. What you lose is space(although front to back is good, not as), width is close, but once again coming up short, and their is just a texture to the instruments you do not get with F5. Lot more like Aleph amps, but doesnt have same persentation.

I see Schade resitors now. Got some SS R065 coming. Looks like R085, with enhancement mode nature. EVen lower Vt than R100.
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regarding T03P - nothing wrong with short wires from pcb to critter

but , Brynhildr is first on list for tests

proto (naked) pcb will be in my hands in day or two

then - need to finish cabs for Tans , amp for them ...... and then will be time for it
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Old 14th April 2013, 08:34 PM   #125
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My fair lady

What Tannoys? I was looking at those ceiling versions. I would be interested in modern version if any look interesting. Gotta have backup. Zu type setup.

BTW, what is benefit of soldermask? anything? shielding like wire?
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even sparrows here know that I'm having pair of K3808 as Poor Man's LC1B , for living room
however - they're nasty expensive on your side of big splash

12" or 15" - any type (even smaller - 10" ones are niiiice , but lacking bigger cones authority)
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Buzz, so V3 has worse soundstage/depth/etc?
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now try "my" one-xformer iteration

so , you'll hear difference between SUSY and ...... ahem......... half SUSY (Funny ^6 being that)

maybe , if you are going to be ...... nice .......... I can try to make strictly ahem iteration
buzzforb. Funny^6 has the schematic of Figure 7 [Prior Art] of US 5,376,899 by the Inventor Nelson S. Pass. The above advice by Zen Mod to try his Babelfish "one-transformer iteration" is worthy of consideration.
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Just waiting on transformers. BudP is making one in July and I am takling to Jensen about one as well.
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due to coupling through windings ( as BudP also pointed ) , whatever form of feedback is used , bridged F6 is both SUSY and , ahem , half-SUSY

half SUSY meaning - iteration still not existing in this and neighboring Universes , known as Ultrasymmetric

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