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ppl 16th September 2004 11:02 PM

Schematic To Classee DR3-VHC
 
Can anyone hear supply me with a schematic to the Classee DR3-VHC Class A power Amp. I contacted Classee and got the folling reply.

Request>
Could you email me a copy of the Schematic to my DR3-VHC Class A power Amp Ser # 8700219 Thanks

Reply>
Hello Philip,

I am sorry but we do not release schematics.



Armin Gschwendtner

Customer Service Manager

Classe Audio Inc.

(514) 636-6384

cservice@classeaudio.com

Tube_Dude 16th September 2004 11:22 PM

Hi PPL

http://www.pi.infn.it/~federico/further.htm

regards

ppl 17th September 2004 12:36 AM

Tube_Dude. You Rock Thanks alot, BTW i dont see how this design is so unique that the manufacture would not give its owners needed service data. I went throught this once before prior to the internet and it left a real bad taste in my mouth with regards to manufactures that have this closed door attatude.

Tube_Dude 17th September 2004 12:49 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by ppl
i dont see how this design is so unique that the manufacture ....

Hi PPL

Maybe the manufacturer believe that "this design" is unique!!

Maybe the manufacturer is like the husband...the last one to know..;)

Cheers:drink:

rehad 27th November 2006 01:46 PM

Hi Tube_Dude,

I can see that you can find schematics for The Classe DR3 can you also help for finding the schematic for Classe Seventy Power Amp.

Thanks

Regards

Zero Cool 28th November 2006 02:23 AM

I emailed the US rep and they sent me the schematics for a DR-15 no problem!


Zc

carlmart 28th November 2006 08:36 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Tube_Dude

http://www.pi.infn.it/~federico/further.htm


Interesting site with interesting amplifiers to have a look at. What do you use to open ps files?


Carlos

jacco vermeulen 28th November 2006 09:18 AM

Adobe converts it to pdf when you open a postscript file.

rehad 28th November 2006 12:45 PM

Hi,

For opening these postscripts you need to download Gsview 4.8 and GPL Ghostscript 8.54 . It is in the web site of Wisconsin computer sciences university : url : http://www.cs.wisc.edu/%7Eghost/index.htm

Regards

By the way i have started discovering the Classe Seventy Power amp using a multimeter and a scope . Whenever i finish i will make it available to public
:)

head_spaz 28th November 2006 06:17 PM

Paint Shop Pro will open PS files too.
When opening... it gives you options to set the resolution (DPI), transparency on/off background, landscape and antialiasing.
Open it with 300 DPI, no transparency and it looks pretty damn good!


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