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Boris_7 14th January 2004 07:18 AM

Pics of my DIY preamp and amp
 
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Here is a picture of the inside of my preamp which I built 4 months
ago

Raka 15th January 2004 07:21 AM

Aren't you going to explain more about the circuit, sound, kind of smoke ;), etc? Please...
Looks very good indeed

Boris_7 15th January 2004 09:50 AM

schematic
 
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Originally posted by Raka
Aren't you going to explain more about the circuit, sound, kind of smoke ;), etc? Please...
Looks very good indeed

Hi,Raka

The schematic is based upon DIY Op Amps (c) Nelson Pass, Pass Labs 11/98
(thanks m-r Pass). Nothing exotic.
It sounds very good. Sometimes I think almost like nothink is on the
sound path :))).

Boris_7 15th January 2004 09:59 AM

My DIY Amp OUTPUT
 
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My DIY AMP schematic.
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...light=greening

PicancoNet 15th January 2004 11:32 AM

Re: Pics of my DIY preamp and amp
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Boris_7
Here is a picture of the inside of my preamp which I built 4 months
ago


You can show the scheme ?

hjelm 15th January 2004 11:46 AM

Interesting heatsinks in the preamp, the round white(?) ones with holes in them. What are they is there a point to the holes?

Boris_7 15th January 2004 01:05 PM

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Originally posted by hjelm
Interesting heatsinks in the preamp, the round white(?) ones with holes in them. What are they is there a point to the holes?
Those are beryllium oxide insulators for TO-3 used as no metal heatsinks.

lineup 7th October 2006 03:59 AM

Re: Pics of my DIY preamp and amp
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Boris_7
Here is a picture of the inside of my preamp which I built 4 months
ago

Looks great!
Sure will sound very good too.
Or what you say?


If you have used Nelson Pass papers
it may not be all that bad ......
:cool:


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