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Old 6th May 2007, 06:22 PM   #1
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Default Photos of almost finished amplifier.

Not much of a Blameless anymore but here is its state of being thus far..



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Old 6th May 2007, 06:24 PM   #2
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One of left channel PCB.
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Old 6th May 2007, 06:27 PM   #3
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My DIY op amp based preamp and Front of Amplfier.
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Old 6th May 2007, 06:41 PM   #4
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Old 6th May 2007, 10:06 PM   #5
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Default Was so good to observe your work...that detail of twist wires to input

creating this way a shield...the distance to the chassis...hot glue or silicone.....good solution...and had a professional look.

Also interesting your passion to observe your pretty boards..i can understand that...they are really pretty.

hehe.... you use to keep the enclosure opened...to observe...nice that...this is passion man... will be with you for whole life... the dust of time was saying that to me.

The amplifier board was nice....one day i will have a board like that.

I am sorry to say Vinil....i think you must create a name...Blameaddict.....Vinylflame....flamefest.... or something you imagine, as i know you made good modifications into the original...at least,

Blameless by Vinil.

Also.... sorry to inspect your place.... hummmmm...nice carpet that one...is it normally there or you fixed it to produce a nice back figure to your units?

I am feeling so curious about the sonics.... really curious.

Have a good microphone?... alike Senheiser?....if you have...you can make a nice recording one meter distant from speaker...hehe.... will have to convert to MP3 to travel into 10 Megabytes size..... you could send it to me.

It is possible to perceive things.... we made this way year...or years ago with MikeB....and worked fine....but has some limits...some problems can be perceived..others not.

Well.... this is an idea only...if you want.

panzertoo@yahoo.com

Is an adress that you can use and will be pleasant to keep contact with you.

Also i would like to receive full quality pictures... as finepix A201 can produce much better quality...you have reduced to fit forum size limit.

Till 10 Megabytes size packages, and up to 3 gigabytes total, you can send me whatever you want to send.

Think on me as a friend.... parce que je suis votre ami

Quel est la votre langue?...êtes vous au Canada française?

Are you in french Canada?

regards,

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Old 7th May 2007, 05:35 AM   #6
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Hi Carlos,


The sound is unbelieveable, Just finished making another set of pcbs with revised current sources w/bootstrapping.
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Default The board seem to me to be very well etched.


No marks or flat copper surfaces...and straigth lines are good related the sides.

Very good.

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Thanks Carlos,


I am from Vancouver BC, the west coast of Canada. I do not speak an french, well here it is quebecois an offshoot of french, sort of like australian to british except we get along better with the Australians than the French here . BC is sort of the forgotten province by Ottawa, we are generally last in line for much that trickles downstream but we have a beautiful province . photo enclosed of vancouver city. Btw, the carpet is there because its all glass behind..

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Default Good informs..nice image..thank you Colin


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And two boards mostly poulated, close to ready for action with updated CCS..Man this thread is lonely . lol.
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