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Old 5th March 2006, 03:01 PM   #1
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Default Set of Aleph-x boards

Due to the progress and ongoing experiments. I have taken apart my Aleph-x. The boards have 8 outputs (IRFP 240). They are set up for 4 amps bias with 15 volt rails. The pots have been removed.
They have been working for 1 and 1/2 years. Have taken various trips tp other DIY members.
Free to who ever wants them.

Thanks to Nelson and Grey.
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That's a wonderful offer Mike, I'll take 'em. I'll pay shipping to WA.

Thanks!

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Dag Nabbitt! There goes the offer to loan it out

Later Mike....
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Dag Nabbitt! There goes the offer to loan it out

Later Mike....
You told me you had no room.

That's a wonderful offer Mike, I'll take 'em. I'll pay shipping to WA.

Thanks!

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Were do you want them shipped?
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I know...I know.. i was building my room and now its done (3 days ago). Looks like I'll have to make one now

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Mike is one of the few very generous souls here on this site. He recently sent me an Aleph P line stage. I thought I was getting a pair of boards... nope... a working P in a chassis ready to hook up.

The world would sure be alot better place if there were more people like he! I hope he is keeping some of the things he has built for himself!!

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Mike is one of the few very generous souls here on this site. He recently sent me an Aleph P line stage. I thought I was getting a pair of boards... nope... a working P in a chassis ready to hook up.

The world would sure be alot better place if there were more people like he! I hope he is keeping some of the things he has built for himself!!

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I know...I know.. i was building my room and now its done (3 days ago). Looks like I'll have to make one now

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I have a nice MOSFET A-40 you can have. If you can lift it.
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If you can lift it.
I can lift it alright! The question is, is it a step backwards from the ~a30? I know nothing about that amp and will do some research.

I am interested in auditioning (BORROWING ) it if you think it's worth the effort. If I liked it and you didn't want it back I would make it worth your while in ....oh...maybe some chassis metal I have here....
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Mike,

I just sent you an e-mail. Echoing Mark G.'s comments..."you're a very generous soul." I wish I have something to offer you but it looks like you've built just about anything Mr. Pass published.

Sorry Mr. Marino for getting to Mike's post ahead of you.

Anyway, I'll try to find time to make it a nice home soon...unfortunately I'm away from home too...in Houston then FL.

Thanks so much.

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