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Old 1st May 2012, 11:09 PM   #481
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I say that this is such a different toplogy that we really have to study this in detail. Even itīs creator may not understand it 100 %. Art comes before science because intuition is faster then understanding. I think that is where LC is really good at.
Gerhard, this time I fully understand the sch

It will work perfecly, also without extra bias/offset circuit, but when sweet spot of both biases is in question, it is better to have both settings. Also makes this beast more flexible, can be used also with or without Sziklais.

Any combination will be fully operational, just in this way we have more room to experiment the changes and verify them by listening. Best combination will lead us to more complex version, so learning process by the way.
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"The least amount of P/N bridges sounds best, provided that the technical data are under the subjective threshold" John Curl
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Old 1st May 2012, 11:19 PM   #483
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"The least amount of P/N bridges sounds best, provided that the technical data are under the subjective threshold" John Curl
Yes, but you'll find for yourself what a couple more P/N bridges can do. TSSA Basic 1.5 with sophisticated stages will be completely different kind of beast of what you've experienced.
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Old 1st May 2012, 11:20 PM   #484
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I will go to bed.
Great work up to now Sonnya, good night
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Old 1st May 2012, 11:24 PM   #485
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But will that beast sound better then the purring cat i have at home right now ?
Lets see what the future brings.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 02:38 PM   #486
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Yep are are we buiding....HP or not HP...then the better we can..the better it must be

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How's TSSA BIGBT HP standing, PCB's done yet, BOM completed. Please inform us with the news.

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Old 2nd May 2012, 08:00 PM   #487
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40% done
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How's TSSA BIGBT HP standing, PCB's done yet, BOM completed. Please inform us with the news.

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Not at all. I have to 100x160mm pcb to etch but didn't find H2O2 to store today (i etch with H2O/H2O/H2O2 mix.
But for moment i am on another style of DIY, it use concret and a lot of muscular energy...
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Not at all. I have to 100x160mm pcb to etch but didn't find H2O2 to store today (i etch with H2O/H2O/H2O2 mix.
But for moment i am on another style of DIY, it use concret and a lot of muscular energy...
Nice work done, it would be fine to etch this GND works in a way we do it with PCBs.

You'll be gratefully rewarded for all your good home-work and effort involved for house arranging, with a completely new pleasure at listening to music in a home system. TSSA will justify the confidence you gain up to now. When the PCBs will be ready made, please do not start with parts installation, first we have to discuss few things before soldering.
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