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Old 26th January 2010, 02:58 PM   #511
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the Forum rules tell us not to repeat and tell us not to re-post whole items.
A link to appropriate post would have been enough.
Those that are interested go and look, those that can't afford the bandwidth decide for themselves whether to download or not.
Those that don't need to see the pics can decide to move on.

Leave the decisions with the reader. Don't force them to download huge files.

And before DX chips in, I am not a Moderator. I am a respectful ordinary Member.
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Old 26th January 2010, 03:09 PM   #512
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Old 26th January 2010, 03:13 PM   #513
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Default I think they have not ignored you Andrew...they have remembered

in my point of view they have remembered you in the wrong way, in the wrong moment and with a wrong action.

But, as this is a rarity, i will forget that.... same way people forgot me.

We use to repost entire texts, and this is an old practice that also use forum bandwidth...happening since the forum exists.... well, i do not like to be discussing what other people say..you see i usually do not do that.

Were are all those rules?... really this may be not in an obvious place..i remember moderators are 7 feet high, ask us not to use what the ......... you have used... but rules are not so very clear this way...maybe i have not found the text is detailed this way.

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Old 26th January 2010, 03:25 PM   #514
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A practice not necessary if one remembers that not all are on high speed internet, or if their post is next in line to the one being quoted. It's all about consideration.
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Old 26th January 2010, 03:33 PM   #515
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Default Well, people really thinks in different way... this sometimes is good

but not always.

For the first time you have not my agreement, well, maybe once in 1000 times dear Cal Weldon.

So, let's go ahead.

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Old 30th January 2010, 01:10 AM   #516
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Not where near Mr Carlos boards and components but at least its playing loud and no modifications . just as the 1.4c schematic.
we will wait the Final release on 28 march as promised .
I know that it look ugly but I couldn't wait to build this one when first time I read the thread .
will wait the final release to build with a better looking .
Thank you Mr Carlos .
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Old 30th January 2010, 05:53 AM   #517
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Default Very good Funky 2x.... i hope you like it.

construction is really DIY, i love this style, it is more normal than to make the way professionals do.

This way, seems to me you build amplifier to enjoy sound, not to produce pictures or show what you have done to your friends...so, your target is more normal.

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Old 30th January 2010, 06:32 AM   #518
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Default You can hide your wires this way.

Of course if you dislike these wires.

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Of course, having the music a lot of bass, no doubt the amplifier will reproduce, however, despite this sample seems strong , i think the reproduction of a low tones is a little bit shy compared to the Standard Dx, if the Dx standard was the unit to reproduce this music, under the same conditions, the speaker cone/ diagram would be almost be spitted out from the chassis frame.

I think bass fanatics should not build this amplifier... despite it is the best i could ever listened to, i feel the bass really shy, and i use to say the real thing.
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Simple: The 220uF hooked to -in position is removing bass in proportion to the gain. If this capacitor value is larger, then it can quit removing your bass.
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Old 30th January 2010, 02:13 PM   #520
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Default Yes...you already said that..i have tested, if you read the thread with attention

You will see i have made that modification and the sound does not result fine.

I have published picture, this condenser was increased to 820uf.

Try to read, then you will be better informed about what is going on..reading just the last post will result you gonna be lost and repeating suggestions already tested.

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