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Old 20th October 2005, 10:46 PM   #1
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BUFFER FOR BLUES...

I am posting this as general interest rather than burying it
in an existing thread. It is a JFET input buffer for the ZV4.

It has not been tested.

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Old 21st October 2005, 12:21 AM   #2
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Interseting.. When are you going to test it ?
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i'm sure he has a pretty good idea that it works
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Old 21st October 2005, 01:24 AM   #4
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BUFFER FOR BLUES...

I am posting this as general interest rather than burying it
in an existing thread. It is a JFET input buffer for the ZV4.

It has not been tested.

Wow, straight from the Zen Master! Thank you, sir. I am currently playing around with a buffer jfet connection like you described at the other thread. The voltage gain is still quite high and I'm trying to find a way to lower it. I'll just scrap that and use this one. I can only sim it right now because my Woody Zen is in WA state...I'm in Californi-A!
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Old 21st October 2005, 02:48 AM   #5
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The Source voltage on the JFET should be 10V not 13V.

Right now the weather is perfect in California.

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Weather is nice here in victoria T00 !
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Weather in AZ is nice now too. Where can one find the part number for the JFET?
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Enjoying perfect SoCal weather now for 5 months...it is really Sun Diego here.
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The Source voltage on the JFET should be 10V not 13V.
Superstitious ?

Supposing the mentioned 2SK170 or 2SJ74 for the JFet.
Any other suggestion for a JFet (and where to get it)?
Allan, can you already vision the 8th Blues Buffer version ?(no W!)

Weather sucks big time overhere , but don't let that discourage you guys.
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Great When will you guys stop Now I will have to rebuild the Zen, once again

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