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Old 23rd January 2008, 04:12 PM   #1891
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Hello Andrzej Sochon:

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Old 23rd January 2008, 08:19 PM   #1892
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Hi Carpenter,
wow, pain....

Thanks for the concern. It's been 4 weeks, and I'm much better. Shoulder rotator cuff pain is truly awful, couldn't move my arm what-so-ever the first week. I felt as if I were in a straight-jacket. Quite claustrophobic! I'm so happy to be over the hump--there is light at the end of the tunnel...

Hey, there's the silver lining: I got to spend a ton of time with you guys and my audio projects. I even hired my cousing to help me convert the rear porch into my new hobby room: John's DIY audio--no girls allowed Unless they're on the internet, haha.
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Old 23rd January 2008, 08:54 PM   #1893
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Nice, There is nothing better than dedicated man space. Mine has the stereo, soldering bench, kegerator, and stash of assorted high octane homebrew beverages. No windows and concrete walls, but in the dark it all sounds better anyway.

Sorry to hear about your shoulder. Did you have to have surgery, or did they just put you on rest?
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Old 23rd January 2008, 10:14 PM   #1894
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Default mongosound -12v offset

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P2 works allright, I can pull the resistance up and down.

By the way, I am checking the dc offset on the speaker output with no load and with the input shorted. This is the right way, isn't it?

-12,16v dc output offset, could it be because a mismatch of the IRFP's?
I get different readings of milivolts across de power resistors on N's and P's, around 0,005volts diferences. Does this mean that they are not matched properly?
How can I check if any of the IRFP's are broken?

Thanks again!

Hi Mongosound,
what about your problem with offset dc voltage?
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Old 23rd January 2008, 11:14 PM   #1895
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Thanks for the concern. It's been 4 weeks, and I'm much better. Shoulder rotator cuff pain is truly awful, couldn't move my arm what-so-ever the first week. I felt as if I were in a straight-jacket. Quite claustrophobic! I'm so happy to be over the hump--there is light at the end of the tunnel...

Hey, there's the silver lining: I got to spend a ton of time with you guys and my audio projects. I even hired my cousing to help me convert the rear porch into my new hobby room: John's DIY audio--no girls allowed Unless they're on the internet, haha.

woodie .....

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Old 24th January 2008, 12:41 AM   #1896
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woodie .....

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If we were neighbors, we'd be darn useful to one another! Idol, my aassss.........
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Old 24th January 2008, 12:47 AM   #1897
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Nice, There is nothing better than dedicated man space. Mine has the stereo, soldering bench, kegerator, and stash of assorted high octane homebrew beverages. No windows and concrete walls, but in the dark it all sounds better anyway.

Sorry to hear about your shoulder. Did you have to have surgery, or did they just put you on rest?
Now, that's what I call home away from home! Good job, Dave. Mine's little but cute (the hobby room, I say, the hobby room). 8 feet by 16 feet.

I'll bet that someone could start a thread on proper man-spaces. When mine's finished, I'll go first...unless someone beats me to the punch.

No surgery just lots of rest and the standard rehab. I'm beginning to learn that carpentry is for the young and the restless.
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John's DIY audio--no girls allowed

I don't play my audio system when I have a girl in the room.
I play her for live and natural sound . . .




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Old 24th January 2008, 01:38 AM   #1899
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Oh, that's sounds so, so, so.......
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