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Old 9th November 2011, 09:04 AM   #1
seebert is offline seebert  United States
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Hi all. I've been running the little PS Model 2 amp for a while and it sounds pretty good when really warmed up: was wondering about possible improvements in the input signal path which is a bit 'cap 'n' switch messy'. I don't have the schematic but (as an old newbie) it looks to me that the input area could do with a re-vamp. Just from looking at the photos has anyone any suggestions please. Also looking at the speaker output area. Thanks, Mike.
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