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Old 18th October 2012, 07:56 PM   #101
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:01 PM   #102
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Stay the hell away from any mains powered equipment.
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"Stay the hell away from any mains powered equipment."
Real, did you catch that?
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In case you don't understand....if it plugs into the wall, don't mess with it....
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Direct mains powered was not mentioned, don't give people ideas ...
You guys are funny. I think the point was well made before I posted.
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:12 PM   #103
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I think we have a troll who is playing us.
Don't be too quick.

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Old 18th October 2012, 08:14 PM   #104
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why does everyone think im a troll? what's the point in it?
i'm just trying to learn
if I had money and time I would go ahead and buy the parts to build an amazing amplifier.... but I don't have any way to get anywhere because my moms car is dead (someone took the car battery out of it to use it for their boat...)

maybe I should be serious and take a video of my amplifier powering a speaker... and have a microphone.
then there would be obvious proof that my amplifier really works..
jeeze it's like the whole world hates me. i see no point in arguing..
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:14 PM   #105
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Are you sure the diagram matches the text?
Quite sure. The post heading of "Simplified Audio Design" should convey that it isn't meant as definitive.
To me, the OP's posts on page 10 aren't any different from his on page 1, so I'm done here.
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:28 PM   #106
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Money and time are not the issues. Understanding is the issue. You don't seem to be properly engaging with the people who are trying to help you. Instead you seem to blunder on in your own little universe. It might help if we knew who we are talking to: how long have you been playing with electronics, how far has your science education progressed etc. That would help people pitch their replies at the appropriate level.
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:34 PM   #107
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okay I know how to make a super simple amplifier that actually amplifies and that's about it.
I've been messing around with electronics for about 1-3 years.. but only the simple stuff.. like taking things apart to see how they work.. but i haven't actually built anything until a few days ago when I actually built my very first working amplifier..
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:48 PM   #108
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why does everyone think im a troll? what's the point in it?
i'm just trying to learn
if I had money and time I would go ahead and buy the parts to build an amazing amplifier.... but I don't have any way to get anywhere because my moms car is dead (someone took the car battery out of it to use it for their boat...)

maybe I should be serious and take a video of my amplifier powering a speaker... and have a microphone.
then there would be obvious proof that my amplifier really works..
jeeze it's like the whole world hates me. i see no point in arguing..
Hi,

Because you are not trying to learn anything, or here to learn.

You want to be able to build amplifiers with no idea how they really work.

We have no doubt your amplifier "works" and makes some noise, so
what. We all know why it does make some noise, and we all know
why although it works its a very poor implementation for purpose.

The fact that it "works" has nothing to with - so it must be OK /good.

100+ posts into this thread and your still moaning about your
worldview not being accepted and indicating you don't understand
anything more than when it started, and describing what you've
done in ludicrously flowery totally inaccurate prose, that has
nothing to do with the actual physical reality.

" like taking things apart to see how they work..."

A statement that couldn't be more incorrect for electronics.

Simple fact is you know next to nothing and how you imagine it
works or imagine how good it is, is basically just being tedious.

Learn the proper language or don't talk about it.

rgds, sreten.
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Do you know about the difference between AC and DC, and signals and bias? Do you know Ohm's Law? What a capacitor does? I ask because much of what you have said so far suggests you are still in the dark, and greatly exaggerating the performance of your circuit.
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Old 18th October 2012, 08:53 PM   #110
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Ok, now my opinion is changed.

I think we have a troll who is playing us...

_-_-bear
Why is everybody so slow on that??? Wasn't that clear at about post # 1?
But hey, it's your time

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