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Old 30th January 2003, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default Far be it for me to post something SS...

- The only SS amp I've ever got to work with a reasonable distortion level. (As compared to at least 10 built tube amps )

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Old 30th January 2003, 05:54 PM   #2
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Smile Wellcome to the (HIFI) club, Sch3mat1c

Originally posted by Sch3mat1c
- The only SS amp I've ever got to work with a reasonable distortion level. (As compared to at least 10 built tube amps )

Welcome, Sch3mat1c
We need you here, as well

I post on regular basis in TUBE amps,
although I have only studied the subject teoretical
and via schematics and others projects.

I think it is good both for me and the others to get some new views/ideas.
Just licking all other tube-lovers, will not get you any new perpectives.
And it will accelerate discussion actvity some degrees
if there is a bad fox entering the hen-house

That "Tim Williams Amp" you posted,
Is a given high-scorer in this Solid State thread:
simplest amplifier possible with BJT's?
You can post it there also, or I will do that!

/halo - a hen in the SS-HOUSE - but a foxy one in THE TUBE
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Old 30th January 2003, 06:03 PM   #3
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