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Old 31st January 2004, 03:41 AM   #21
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Well that is it, drive, determination, and time, oh and I forgot time.

Luckily the last 2 years I'd been self employed and was able to study and research and apply what I had learned in steps to the point I'm at know, which I sit back and laugh at how little I new before and can't wait until I learn the next thing that catches my fancy.

Never give up, there were times when I was so ****ed off at the latest project blowing up in my face I'd say "I'll never frigin look at electronics again" and then throw something, but I always came back, and it's vary rewarding now.

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Old 31st January 2004, 03:55 AM   #22
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But, I must say I don't think I would of posted anything until I was sure I wouldn't make a fool of myslef... oops myself.. I'm cool


Also basic transistor understanding is paramount as a building block to anything to do with electronics.

I suggest some basic reading on electronics.

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But, i'm using single rail on my amp !!!
You are not using a single supply. In your supplied schematic you are clearly using a +50-0-50v supply that if figure out how to get through a single rail I'd be impressed.

I suggest you put you heart into lerning about electronics.

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Old 31st January 2004, 04:50 AM   #23
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Yes, definitely start with learning a good solid grounding with transistors. There's no end to how much you can learn about them. Even though I know a good bit about them and I use them proficiently, I am always reading new info on them.

It does take lots of time, however, there are great rewards along the road.
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Old 31st January 2004, 05:04 AM   #24
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Got the site back up, go look!
I thought I'd have a look at your site, but I get a fatal error message when I click on you link?

I also have a site unfortunately with nothing on it but I'm working on it.

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Try it now, I had just restarted the server before that post and the sql database didn't start, that error shows that it's trying the sql but not getting anything.

Go and have a peek.

I really wish someone would join and post on the forums. Maybe I need to change the arrangement or add some special content.

Many people view the site every day, and it gets googled to death. Just, no one does anything there. lol.
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Old 31st January 2004, 06:49 AM   #26
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well the front page of your site looks good, but I tried to sign on and your site told me I would recieve an email with registration info but I never got it and I can't log on.
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hmm, interesting, i thought that the E-mail server problem I was having was cleared up..
Perhaps not


I'll fix that asap! thanks for telling me.
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Please email me at support.easyamp.com when you get you site working I'd be happy to use your forum.
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Old 31st January 2004, 03:17 PM   #29
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