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Rory Christ 12th January 2004 11:04 PM
Anyone seen this yet?

"Aleph X"... that name sounds mighty familiar, but I can't seem to remember where I heard it before??? But the real question is, how will it stand up next to a Peter Daniel custom built chassis? :D

Seriously though, can't wait to see some pictures. All of the Pass Labs products have been a real source of inspiration for my DIYing.

Nelson Pass 12th January 2004 11:13 PM

Don't get too excited. The amps are ugly and prosaic, at
least compared to Peter's.

vdi_nenna 12th January 2004 11:30 PM

Ugly-shmugly! Who cares! Are they cheap and how do they sound!? :smash:

Thank God! More gadgets! :angel:


Da5id4Vz 12th January 2004 11:40 PM

Ugly and Prosaic!

Thatís great, they'll match the rest of my stuff!

matjans 12th January 2004 11:52 PM

why a new website?

ScottRHinson 12th January 2004 11:52 PM


Originally posted by Nelson Pass
Don't get too excited. The amps are ugly and prosaic, at
least compared to Peter's.

Prosaic? Now that's just supercilious and pedantic!


Seriously folks, I spent some time in the CES booth and metalwork was on display for The First Watt amplifiers. While not as fancy as the XA or X series the example I saw was VERY nice, very high fit and finish quality, serious aluminum front panel, serious heatsinks...serious all around. I think I have the info sheet somewhere...

Three cheers for Mr. Pass!!!

Mr. Pass, which version of the Aleph-X schematic will you be using? Will you publish it? I would love to build one of these, but I haven't made it through the thread to figure out which one is best/right/decent/not working....I found the thread a few bazillion posts after it started and I'm probably not the only one unable to spend the time to keep up with it.

Back to building speakers for me....

Scott Hinson

moe29 13th January 2004 12:27 AM

i don't think Mr. Pass is going to publish a schematic for product
that is in production! There's more than enough info in the Aleph-X
thread if you want to build one... there's even an excellent PCB!
That's cheap!

can't wait to see them!

Da5id4Vz 13th January 2004 12:41 AM

It would be fun to see these sold Benton Harbor style, but the support costs on that stuff are horrendous.

Finding all the parts is half the fun too.

Tony Salsich 13th January 2004 12:56 AM


why a new website?
Why Reno?

vdi_nenna 13th January 2004 01:04 AM

[ Why Reno? [/QUOTE]

Some thing to do wth the simplicity\cost to incorporate in NV.

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