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Old 18th June 2005, 02:55 AM   #1
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Default P 1.7 schematic help

Are the 10 k R46 and R61 connected to the +/- inputs?
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Old 18th June 2005, 04:08 AM   #2
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Maybe . . . thinking about the bleeder too much . . . uhhhh . . . when the power is turned off . . . the amp should die instantly . . . ? ? ?

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Maybe . . . thinking about the bleeder too much . . . uhhhh . . . when the power is turned off . . . the amp should die instantly . . . ? ? ?
Maybe you are thinking about bleeder too much: Easy cure
for that - stop thinking and start experimenting.

Amp should die instantly? Amp might deserve to. Gets stake
driven right through heart!

We are fearless amplifier builders. Unafraid to stop simulating
and start building. What's the worst that can happen? You die?

No, amp dies! Maybe speaker, too!

Lose a couple of $$$!

MuuuuHahahahahahaha........!!!!

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Simulation?

You draw something on the back of a beermat, then you build it and it goes bang. What's to simulate?
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damn . . . who is so noisy . . . ? ? ?

Wuuuuuheheheheheh . . . ! ! !

I would not lose a couple of $$$, but a little of $!
And it would provide me a good start to talk my
respectful wife successfully into the efficient
single unit speaker. Then, I could build the First Watt
on a strrong mmoonster PSU.



. . . nice weekend !

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Simulation?

You draw something on the back of a beermat, then you build it and it goes bang. What's to simulate?

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Thanks, I'll cut the trace and put in a jumper.
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Old 18th June 2005, 04:16 PM   #9
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One more question. R46 goes to R54 and R61 goes to R69. Do they go to the outputs?
It's only my second pre-amp. Thanks.
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Old 18th June 2005, 04:49 PM   #10
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No. The genral rule for clear schematics is that crossed wires
are not connected unless there is a dot where they cross. Even
better, crossed wires are never connected - any connection is
represented by a "T" where they meet.
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