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Old 27th May 2002, 05:15 PM   #1
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Hello Im new to the DIY forum but have been working and building with tube circuits for quite a while and have been thinking about one of Nelsons Pass's amps.
Have any of you guys did the mod to the Harman Kardon Citation 12 ? I 'd like to check that out, looks like a really neat re do of the
Citation, any unloved Citation 12's out there ??? I think Im settling on one of the Aleph designs for my first attempt at building a SS amp. is there a favorite Aleph amp model ? Some of the work IM seeing on this site and www.passdiy.com is amazing. are there any recommended circuit boards for these designs ? any leads or ideas are welcome.
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I've lost count of the number of boards out there. Mark Finnis has one on his site, and I've got one here, but there are others as well.
Start by deciding how much power you need, given your music tastes and speakers, then look at the available models.

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