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wombil 19th May 2008 12:58 PM

phono preamp
 
Hello All,I am new here and a bit of a dunce with electronics but I have some time and like mucking around.
My question is; "Is there a digram or instructions to build a simple preamp that would go between my turntable and computer out there?'
It would need to be inexpensive,easy to construct, and it should work ok and possibly be powered by 12 volt from a 240/12 volt transformer like the ones used for cordless drills etc. I am ok at soldering ,like a plumber, and don't understand all the technical stuff here but can put things together all right.
All suggestions appreciated thanks,
Wombil.

sreten 19th May 2008 04:35 PM

http://sound.westhost.com/project06.htm , 2nd version, :)/sreten.

wombil 21st May 2008 03:17 AM

Thanks Sreten,Is this project available in a kit form?

peranders 21st May 2008 04:26 AM

Please Note: PCBs are available for this project. Click the image for details.
Unless noted otherwise, all PCBs are sold as a bare board, and no components are included.
http://sound.westhost.com/pcb/pp06.htm

If you click at the link you'll have gotten then answer ;)

d to the g 21st May 2008 04:32 AM

ps. Plumbing solder is NOT ok to use on circuit boards.

wombil 21st May 2008 11:59 AM

Thanks guys,
The plumbing business is a reference to expertise.
I'm not bad at welding too but I don't suppose that helps much either.
Have fun ,
wombil.


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