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Old 2nd March 2010, 03:34 AM   #31
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call me when you can .i hope it isn't any thing serious and you are okay .yur bud,jer
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Old 2nd March 2010, 01:11 PM   #32
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thanks Ger, sorry to get off subject, some things happen so i figured i would provide an explanation. it is a famaliy matter, no one is hurt, but my projecct is on hold for a little while. Ger, if you can, kindly give me a call, 7:00 est. time, you should have a pic of the Adcom preamp on your computer, i sent it @ 12 or 16 megs, remember the screw driver i used as refffence, the "tone in" switch was fauted and i lost the paper work for bypassing a double pole relay on the board, thats why its not on the forum. here is a reminder photo of cutting the traces, cannot remember the 4 jumpers and pins that you suggested. i know it looks buggered up, just havent cleaned around it yet. if you need another high res, check your email. very large file.
my brother, Jason was in a bad accident, so thats where my head ache was posted. just to clarify for "Jason" moderator.
gotta go to the hospital. wish him luck!
Charlie, i am sorry i could not make it Sunday, this is what came up, family takes first as thats my only brother.
this is completly off subject, I just wanted my friends to know here @DIY. Mav...
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Old 2nd March 2010, 01:50 PM   #33
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understood mav, i call you this evening.good luck. jer
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Old 4th March 2010, 03:38 AM   #34
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Trying to get things situated here, sorry for the personal drama, i guess it come with being married with a son and spending all the time your not working, on the computer or just not spending time. So let that be a message, put your family first.

I'm back, and look forward to moving on the build. Charlie, might try this again this weekend if thats ok with you. I still have to coat the panels, i guess i will degrease them with my pressure washer and some solution.

Ger, can you please check your email at home that hss a res pic of that board again. Thanks Mav
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Old 4th March 2010, 11:08 PM   #35
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Charlie was kind and drew up a drawing of my stat supports, will try and post deminsions and measurements as well.
I am still playing with the idea of rhino lining, however, we also have primer that we use to coat "bare" metal, rhino likes to stick to a slightly scuffed painted surface, since these are bare metal, the primer is a two part mixture, all they put on the bottles is part numbers, it is probally propritary mixture. I will take some pics of it and see if anyone recognizes it. That way i can maintain a perfect 10 mill apllication with out worries of cloogging the panels and keeping my open area, a little more open. I like it as it is clear, and will better showcase the stats.
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Old 4th March 2010, 11:32 PM   #36
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a pic of my sub enclosure in the works, need more wood..
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Old 4th March 2010, 11:50 PM   #37
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hi mav, here is that diagram, i also inclueded the acutal symbols to help you understand the circuit.jer
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Old 5th March 2010, 01:14 AM   #38
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just so i have this right



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is this correct?, thereis something else i noticed on the board, here is a pic, if you need his res, let me know, Mav
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thanks Ger, have the info you provided. works well.ish others would be so kind. I am open to ideas and new info. Mavric
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Going to Savannah Sunday, gonna try and finish cutting for the TL's and stats. I will post more detailed pics as well as the remedy for my preamp care of Ger( thanks).
I will very soon have a posting on YouTube with video, most of it will be common for builders, but maybe insightful for new comers into this field.
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