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Old 23rd November 2001, 06:58 AM   #1
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I'm all done with my amp, thanks alot to ppl in this forum. Everything's set up, and I'm just waiting to fire it up
What should you do when you first test your amp?
I have no oscilloscope, or variac. I can get to an oscilloscope, but dun want to actually carry my amp there. The transformers + sinks are heavy.
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