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Old 16th September 2014, 09:57 PM   #1
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Who remembers the Bailey amp and preamp or the Sinclair Projects of the 1970's?
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I remember hearing my first Bailey amp and was awed. In those days our parents owned, if you could afford it, a Pilot Radiogram which was state of the art. So imagine when my friend and I heard this amplifier with it's power and clarity all we wanted to do was build one but alas we went off on different paths. Fast forward 30 years and guess what, I end up building moscodes, a mixture of the two technologies

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I remember upgrading(?) a Stereogram with the Sinclair modules.
I think the Sinclair stuff lasted about 2 weeks.
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