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Old 9th June 2004, 10:27 PM   #11
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Default Re: Yes SY, it is strange to me too, normally image is oppened, not attached!

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I will copy in ACDSee and send again latter, in a matter of six hours to reduce costs.

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Got 'em now- must have been AudioFreak working on the server.
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Old 10th June 2004, 12:34 AM   #12
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Hello Carlos

I´m delighted findding another diyer countryman (us, rare specimen around here) and happy for your choice. I´m also very surprise how diy folks around the world are extremely supportive and helpfull, no matter where you´re from or how skilled you are, newbie or expert. I think that´s the spirit of this worldwide forum wich inspire us to move on.

I got some experiment building Borbely Audio Servo 50 Monoblocs and BOZ preamp a couple of years ago. Next step is a Ken Perkins´ PL18/XT25 Nebula combo on a ML TL enclosure. Feel free to email anytime and keep us posted about building progress of your AKSA kid.

Best regards (e um grande abraço)

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Old 10th June 2004, 12:38 AM   #13
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Default Thank you Greg and Hugh, i will pass my birthday hearing it

In one month i will complete 53 years, this way, 44 years searching good amplifiers... taking a look at schematics, i feel that maybe i found.
I will test it deeply, with all instruments and 10 guys ears and 5 reference speakers, also headphones.
Very interesting the inovations on there...how could the people do not discover it hugh?.... You Gênius, congratulations!, magnificent idea... to much easy to the people discover...i could not, and i tryed a lot.... your pictures where deep amplified, and processed to reduce noise, your printed circuit was copie from picture, and could not capture the idea.
This remember me the day one friend put inside an radio one diode inside one resistor to make a kidding to friends....no one discover was crazy see the man measuring and inverting and not believe this was not a resistor, was a diode!!!... we roll in the floor and feel down our chairs in Petrobrás, i was working fixing Motorola handy talkies UHF and VHF as a Motorola service man inside Petrobras, receiving radios from Platforms and fixing them... 40 each day i made first year..... a lot of them fell into sea and robot took it again from 3000 meters deep Petrol platforms.

And your idea was better than the one we done, your is clear, too much clear to be discovered.

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Old 10th June 2004, 06:30 AM   #14
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Default Thank you Fardo, good to meet my people here.

I could read wonderfull english José, better than mine indian english, me go, me see...your is clear, you have been studying outside this country, probable, or some 8 year in English school.

Congratulations

Bom achar brasileiro falando por aqui, a turma não abre a boca pra não dar vexame no inglês, eu acho que é isso.

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Old 10th June 2004, 07:07 AM   #15
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I am so happy the AKSA got through. I have sent them to a number of countries and they have been 'lost' in the mail!
Can't you use registered mail?

Good Luck destroyer.... I like your user ID.... what are you destryoing? Your own stuff?
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Old 10th June 2004, 07:47 AM   #16
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Default Jose Carlos..........

.......are you from Sao Paulo and electronics engineer could it be
you are working at an Emerson owned company.
I remember I have seen your name somewhere before.
OK, Brazil is a huge country but still, I'm curious.


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Old 10th June 2004, 07:57 AM   #17
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Carlos

Greetings from Bangalore, India!

I too have an AKSA 55,(with Nirvana upgrade) built it about an year ago and enjoy listening to it..Even by Indian standards, let alone Brazilian, it is not cheap, but I think it is good value for money.

Hugh gave me excellent (and he is very prompt) tech support while constructing it.

Good luck.

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For whatever reason, I can't seem to get the images. I'll keep trying...
Starting earlier today, the way an attached picture behaves has changed... you now have to click on an image link & it will open in a new window... bandwidth conservation measures.

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Hi Peranders,

Yes, I can use registered - EMS - but it's twice the price. Instead I always suggest buying insurance, and I must admit it's only in very rare cases.

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Starting earlier today, the way an attached picture behaves has changed... you now have to click on an image link & it will open in a new window... bandwidth conservation measures.

dave
Yeah, I figured that out but, for whatever reason, the images wouldn't load before I got a time-out. Now they seem to work fine.

Good idea! It's especially helpful for those of us on slow dial-ups who have been basically unable to access some of the picture-heavy threads.
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