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Old 22nd January 2006, 02:15 AM   #1
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Default Pass Aleph service manual

Help me! I need Aleph 1.2 service manual!

ALEPH 2 service manual!

ALEPH 3 service manual!

ALEPH 4 service manual!

ALEPH 5 service manual!

ALEPH-M service manual!

ALEPH-X service manual!

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Old 22nd January 2006, 02:28 AM   #2
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No sweat. Go to www.passlabs.com and look under Other/Download and it's all there.
Okay, maybe not all. Nelson didn't do the Aleph-X, he did the XA series. The Aleph-X was my fault. I started a little-bitty thread on that a couple of years ago. If you use the search engine here, you'll find it eventually. The Aleph-X thread spawned a couple of other little threads here and there. You'll stumble across one or two of those, too.
Aleph-M? Never heard of that one. P, L...sure, but not an M.

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EDIT: Hmmm...I find that the service manuals for most models are no longer available. The Aleph 60 still has the schematic though. That one I checked. Presumably the Aleph 30 does also. If that's all Nelson has up, then that's the way it is.
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Old 22nd January 2006, 03:30 AM   #3
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No sweat. Go to www.passlabs.com and look under Other/Download and it's all there.
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Grey they have been removed,just user manuals

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hmmmm... maybe they didn't get uploaded when the site was updated?

Or maybe the generosity of Mr. Pass has been taken advantage of
one to many times. (not here, elsewhere)
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Old 22nd January 2006, 03:03 PM   #5
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Or maybe the generosity of Mr. Pass has been taken advantage of
...if that's the case, who could blame him?
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Old 22nd January 2006, 04:07 PM   #6
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Come on now...

I am sure the requesting party is currently building those seven models.
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Old 22nd January 2006, 05:19 PM   #7
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shoot, for a while there, even the DIY stuff was in danger of being
pulled, and i don't blame him.

when i read in other threads, designers like Mr. Curl being treated
like dirt - i'm amazed we get the participation we do.

i'm not saying nothing should be questioned, but a little respect goes
a long way.
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Old 22nd January 2006, 05:21 PM   #8
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Oh, and to the OP.... read the Forum FTW!!!!

(or would you like us to build the amps for you too?)

((total of 3 posts, all requesting schematics))

(((hmmmmmmmm)))
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Old 22nd January 2006, 06:46 PM   #9
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The way John Curl is treated here is shameful.
I remember one Big Name who came to this site with attitude by the wheelbarrow-full...he didn't last long because people would not bow to him. Fair enough. But I have never seen John act that way, even though he is (in my not-so-humble opinion) due more respect than the Big Name Who Departed. Yet people pick fights with him and waste time instead of trying to talk to him like a human being.
There are things to be learned and only a limited number of teachers. As has been lamented many times, there's only so far you can get reading the books. The things that are useful to the audio community aren't all written down, in part because they are only of interest to a small segment of the electronics world. In another thread, someone was wondering about noise in the Lovoltech power JFETs. Sure, that's a number that would be pretty cool for us to have on hand, but the intended market for those devices is computer power supplies. They could care less about such things. That's more the norm than the exception. We have to live with the fact that we're a niche market in the overall scheme of things, no matter how large audio looms in our eyes.
Our resources are limited. To abuse them is foolish, both in the short and long runs. There aren't many people like Nelson Pass, John Curl, Charles Hansen, Demian Martin, and Walt Jung. If you drive one away, there's not another waiting to take his place. Instead, you have managed to reduce our resources by ten or twenty percent in one fell swoop.
Idiots abound, however, and egos run rampant.

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Old 22nd January 2006, 11:16 PM   #10
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I know Nelson Pass i sent him an email saying things of technical
nature and Mr Pass wrote back promptly and politely a real Gent
for year id been reading his articles in mags , the man is a legend
hope he gets well soon, i know he must be upset over this violation of his IP

I dont know John Curl is there a link to his website or something

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