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Old 13th January 2004, 05:06 PM   #1
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From this site I found out where to recieve free samples and to use different transistors for my Leach amp.
I had a Carver M1.0 amp that I would repair then it would die on me again 6 months later so I scrapped the inside and replaced it with a Leach Low TIM.
First I tryed to use the Carver Boards but this did not work so I made my own. I used the original Carver transformer which gave me a rail voltage of 64V.
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