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Old 24th December 2005, 12:51 AM   #161
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I prefer F2 over the tube amp.
Wow! more members coming to F-club.
I also prefer my F over many tube amps.

Happy X-mas !!!
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Old 24th December 2005, 05:29 PM   #162
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How do Corals compare to Lowthers and which Lowthers are you using?

I know Lowther sound very well, but never heard Corals.

Bartek

Hi Bartek,

I didn't hook up the Coral with the F2 clone yet. I would say that the tonal character of Coral and my Lowther is quite similar. Except that Lowther has a more refined sound.

Forgot to tell mine is PM2C.



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You and Steen have some really jaw dropping F2 clones, congrats!!!
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Wow! more members coming to F-club.
I also prefer my F over many tube amps.

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Old 28th December 2005, 07:34 PM   #163
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Now that Steen has ironed out some last glitches of the circuit I have updated the schematic for anyone interested on this fabulous current source amplifier.
That schematic works allright For me at least Thanks Tony
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btw,your amp is ugly!
Yeah, I know Choky, but it sings allright Those 5 watts are just great I might be stuck in the F-club

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Old 29th December 2005, 03:49 AM   #164
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Yeah . . . we find out the sweetest firstwatt inside 5W.
The F-club is a real monster club.

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Old 3rd January 2006, 10:29 PM   #165
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Default Lowthers for the F2

Reading up a little in this thread I saw someone wanting a price on Lowthers. Of course the price sheet is on the web site, but if there was a group buy there would be additional savings.

And the F2 and DX55 combo is just killer.
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Old 6th January 2006, 05:46 PM   #166
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if there was a group buy there would be additional savings.
Thanks a lot Mr. Ver Halen Most kind of you.
Is any other F-club members ready to jump in on this? Or anybody else, for that matter The Lowthers arent excactly cheap, but once you invest in a pair, you will have something to play around with for a long time Consider all the different and exciting boxes you can build and listen to

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Old 6th January 2006, 06:15 PM   #167
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I too would like to add my thanks to Mr. Ver Halen for his generous offer. The DX55 is definitely a speaker that's been on my wish list for a long time.

Group buys tend to be long and complex affairs especially when there are different options available and/or large sums of money are involved.

That said I am interested in finding out more details of what would be possible.

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Old 6th January 2006, 08:44 PM   #168
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Default Lowther Group Buy

Just to put things in perspective. I can do 15% off if you can put an order together for 5 pair of drivers, 20% off for a group buy of 10 pairs of drivers or more. Shipping in US would be free, international shipping would be extra, normally in the neighborhood of $70 depending on where they are to be shipped, insurance, and speed required.

If a group buy is put together I can collect the money directly rather than through the group, making it a little easier for everyone. PayPal or credit cards would be accepted. The only drawback is that if there are a large number of orders for a single driver, such as the DX55, I may run out of stock. This would result in a 2 month delay for the later orders. Credit cards would only be charged upon shipment.

Hope you can put something together!
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Old 6th January 2006, 08:56 PM   #169
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Hope you can put something together!
Mr. Ver Halen, so do I The terms you listed sounds really good to me Thanks again for this very nice offer I have to ask you this though; What if people wants different units? The norm is that it's nearly impossible to agree on a single driverunit when it comes to a group buy Would it be okay to order different makes within this groupbuy? I am very happy about you wanting to handle the orders. I believe that is the right way to proceed
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Old 6th January 2006, 09:15 PM   #170
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Default Lowther Group Buy

Any mix or match of drivers is acceptable. You can even include the used PM4A's that are available. Special orders can be done as well - you can order 15 ohm silver voice coil DX55's if that is what you want, but it will take an extra 2 months to get them. As long as there is a miniumum of 5 pairs ordered.

Now that should make it easy for ya!
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