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Old 5th October 2004, 08:41 AM   #21
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'Taming the flaming tiger: a restoration odyssey'
by Benjamin Poehland, The Audio Amateur, 1990, no1,2
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Old 5th October 2004, 10:09 AM   #22
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Default Dimitri site is very good...have one "book" inside with teaching materials

Welcome Dimitri.

In my country there are around 3000 Russians....not more Russians....they dance Samba but used to make houses and farms, and use pants the way you use.

here some "stollen" dimitri informations.

The small image, despite of out of focus, is Dimitri very serious....hummmmm before some Vodka i think!...Russian are full of life and hapyness.

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Old 5th October 2004, 10:28 AM   #23
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I had build several Tiger 0.01 twony five years ago and I must say, that it was in that time very good amps. But late comes MOSfets, which rise quality much more higher .
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Default I made it too, but i use to change parts when i "feel" something strange.

Probably i put capacitors on that amplifier...made long time ago..cannot remember well...but i think it sounds reasonable.

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Old 5th October 2004, 11:38 AM   #25
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Default Wasted time

The only amp in the Tiger line worth having is the Tigersaurous. This amp is very stable and sounds like the more sought after SAE 2400's and Ampzilla's. With one exception... the tigersaurous
has a better output stage than either of the above.

I will throw my .02 into the ring here. Why try to band aid a very unstable design? Compensation in my mind (adding caps) to stabalize a bad design just doesn't make sense. Redesign the amp and end up with something that will last.

If someone is seeking a project than I will suggest a very worthwhile one. Try copying the "Son of Ampzilla" This design is fully complimentary and is stable driving a 2 ohm load. You can usually buy one off ebay that is working for around $200.

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Old 5th October 2004, 04:45 PM   #26
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You can find a schematic of the SuperTiger with stabilizing caps on my website www.audio-circuit.dk under schematics
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Default RE:Wasted time

Donít touch Tigersí family. These amps went down in history, being revelation for a lot of diyers. Donít forget it were 1969-1973. My youth ...
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Old 5th October 2004, 05:46 PM   #28
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Default That's great Dimitrewski..they have to respect our white hairs

Great.....you sent them one entire bottle of Vodka Smirnoff or Wiborowa.

da da da.... good!

Your great, good mood, good guy

count on me, whatever you need

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Old 5th October 2004, 05:47 PM   #29
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Jan, I mean that schematic on your page is Tiger 0.01 - to this time I remember it very well, 'cos it was my " sweetheart " .
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Default Sweethearth was funny

This way you gonna put Jan to laugh. And this is terrible when first time.

Epupa, you are terrible!....one Vodka to you too!

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