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Old 15th January 2006, 06:18 PM   #1
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I am confused with the speaker choices with the
F-3 jfet amp. Is one to assume that it shares the same type of speakers as suggested by Nelson in his white paper for the F-1, and F-2???
One wouldn't think so as Nelson introduced a new speaker (Mini More) using an active woofer, a passive Lowther mid and a Fostex tweet. One might decide he derived this from experiments with the Jfet amp.
Is there a thread discussing what might be the best pairing of speakers with the diy F-3?
Sorry Grey for this being a bit off topic, but I couldn't find a discussion thread connecting these two projects together.
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Old 15th January 2006, 06:32 PM   #2
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Is one to assume that it shares the same type of speakers as suggested by Nelson in his white paper for the F-1, and F-2???
The F3 is considered a "normal" poweramp. If such a thing excists The F3 could ofcourse drive the speakers mentioned. The F1 and F2 are for the efficient one way speakers in NP's white paper about those! The F3 can drive a "normal" speaker also. (Again, if such a thing excists)
Lyndon, I dont even think you are off topic

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I am confused Isnt that excactly what Lyndon did

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Oh, I see Pinkmouse Thanks. With the fancy review that the F3 received, I think this is a great question Especially considering all the J-fet poweramp builders comming up.

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