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Old 8th June 2013, 05:08 PM   #991
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The schematic is an idea, its a dream. Then there are those that turn dreams into tangible reality.

The PCB is etched. One by one the components are added. As the components are added a relationship starts to form between builder and subject.

Then the fateful day comes when the amplifier is complete and is plugged in and the first notes come out.......do tell us San and thanks for sharing and advancing the state of the art. All the best,

Harrison.
Hi all,
Hi Mr. Harrison
I'm newcomer in here,
A lot of great designers in this world that will make us confused. Finally I decided to assemble this amp.
Thank you Sir for the support.
Only with a potluck part, the SYMEF is really different. Yes....this amp is unbeliveble.
Very easy adapted according to our tastes.
Very convenient be heard (of all kinds of music),
The bass is more than power full,
Verry clear articulations,
the hight is very crisp and smooth.
With the MP3 format (196kbps) even no less with the FLAC.
Maybe you won't believe it, but this is the reality.
Sorry for my bad english
Thank you Sir, you make my life happier

Kind regards

San
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Old 11th June 2013, 04:44 PM   #992
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Thank you for joining us San. You do have one very rare amplifier there.
Thanks for the feedback . You have contributed to the wealth of knowledge that is amplifier engineering.

kind regards,

Harrison.

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Hi all,
Hi Mr. Harrison
I'm newcomer in here,
A lot of great designers in this world that will make us confused. Finally I decided to assemble this amp.
Thank you Sir for the support.
Only with a potluck part, the SYMEF is really different. Yes....this amp is unbeliveble.
Very easy adapted according to our tastes.
Very convenient be heard (of all kinds of music),
The bass is more than power full,
Verry clear articulations,
the hight is very crisp and smooth.
With the MP3 format (196kbps) even no less with the FLAC.
Maybe you won't believe it, but this is the reality.
Sorry for my bad english
Thank you Sir, you make my life happier

Kind regards

San
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Old 25th June 2013, 04:12 PM   #993
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Still waiting for more new exciting reviews . Its really quiet .
Kindly give your feedback on especially the type2. Post pictures of your partial builds etc.

This could be very well be the amplifier most were waiting for. What do your ears think ?

kind regards,

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Old 26th June 2013, 06:42 AM   #994
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In a moving process. All diy is on hold for the time being

Will do a comeback around christmas I guess

Still I am playing og the Symef (modell 1) every day when I am at home.. A purely awesome amp.
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Old 26th June 2013, 06:49 AM   #995
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Still waiting for more new exciting reviews . Its really quiet .
Kindly give your feedback on especially the type2. Post pictures of your partial builds etc.

This could be very well be the amplifier most were waiting for. What do your ears think ?

kind regards,

Harrison.
It looks like LazyCat "formula" was much better.
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Old 26th June 2013, 05:19 PM   #996
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It looks like LazyCat "formula" was much better.
How do you know? Did build both of them and compare? Or Just did analysis of the circuits? What is the basis?
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Old 27th June 2013, 08:39 AM   #997
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Hope you enjoy your move . Am cooking up the next hat trick

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In a moving process. All diy is on hold for the time being

Will do a comeback around christmas I guess

Still I am playing og the Symef (modell 1) every day when I am at home.. A purely awesome amp.
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Old 27th June 2013, 08:42 AM   #998
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It looks like LazyCat "formula" was much better.
Hi Dadod, as Routhun points out its still an open problem

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How do you know? Did build both of them and compare? Or Just did analysis of the circuits? What is the basis?
Hi Routhun,

Good to hear from you, hows the progress

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Old 27th June 2013, 12:03 PM   #999
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Hi Dadod, as Routhun points out its still an open problem

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LazyCat commercialized his amp and you did not yet.
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Old 28th June 2013, 08:10 AM   #1000
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Hi Damir,

It is sometimes difficult to commercialize some things, say industry standards. The group of amplifiers currently published and made available to the public by Harrison Audio Labs (HAL) are in a word an industry standard. This standard will hold for the next couple of hundred years as a reference.

If say TCP/IP were to be commercialized, those same techniques would come in handy.

Every audio company and sound studio in the world right now knows that there is no beating those amplifiers.

The claims above are rather strong as a result they need to be proved by user feedback into statements of fact .

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