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pixworld 4th November 2004 09:23 PM

Mirand A1 CFA-Amp (Pictures) welcome comments !
 
Hi
My recent DIY project -a CFA-amp- based at SonnyA s design Mirand A1 .
There have been some discusions regarding CFA vs. VFA amps here at diyaudio.. and I just want to say, welcome and listen !
It sounds better than it looks, really !
http://hififorum.knaak.dk/pix/IMG_4637.jpg
http://hififorum.knaak.dk/pix/IMG_4629.jpg
http://hififorum.knaak.dk/pix/IMG_4617.jpg
For those who are further intrested I have built a tread at
Mirand A1
It describes the construction process from ideas, cadmodels, design-ideas, pictures and finally some objective comments regarding the sonics.
Language are in Swedish though..

Please! I welcome all comments (positive or negative)
Regards

/PIX :D
SWEDEN

mlloyd1 4th November 2004 09:37 PM

hey, don't sell yourself short. that looks pretty good!

destroyer X 5th November 2004 12:12 AM

I think, all i could see, seems extraordinarilly pretty!
 
I loved from the first screw to the twisted wires...including the table, and the plants too.

The picture is a professional work.

Congratulations, it is saved to my "Prefered Images".

This one, do not need to produce sound...it is enougth see it.

regards,

Carlos

pixworld 5th November 2004 01:50 PM

I can only see the first of the three pictures :mad:
Even thoug the links are right
Is this a limitation by the Diyaudio (to spare bandwidth)
Its possible to rightklick, copy the link and open i a new window thougt.
/Pix :D

UrSv 5th November 2004 02:01 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by pixworld
I can only see the first of the three pictures :mad:
Even thoug the links are right
Is this a limitation by the Diyaudio (to spare bandwidth)
Its possible to rightklick, copy the link and open i a new window thougt.
/Pix :D

The "Internet" is a picky beast and particulary so with lower/UPPER case so if you change you links to use .jpg instead if .JOG it will work.

Jan Dupont 5th November 2004 02:34 PM

Very very nice job ;)

peranders 5th November 2004 02:45 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by pixworld
I can only see the first of the three pictures :mad:
Even thoug the links are right
Is this a limitation by the Diyaudio (to spare bandwidth)
Its possible to rightklick, copy the link and open i a new window thougt.
/Pix :D

It had been good for those poor people (I) which haven't got highspeed connection if you had stopped at 100k a piece.

Otherwise a real high class work, you too Sonny since you hve soldered the pcb's. :up: :nod: :drink:

pix can't you try to describe the impressions in english? I think many here are very interested in what you write in swedish.

Stabist 5th November 2004 03:03 PM

Nice amp!!!

Similar to my latest Zen v4 rearangement ... I like your solutions how to shield trannies ... I must do something similar in my case ...

K-amps 5th November 2004 03:38 PM

Carlos said it the best, even if it does not sound good, it's easy on the eyes. Excellent workmanship!:)

Upupa Epops 5th November 2004 04:18 PM

I have only one ( not critical, but helping ) notice : How I see, this aluminium case is " fresh " without painting. If you will use in future the same case, " wash " it before completation in hot solution of NaOH. You will get much more nicer surface, which will be white / silver ;) .


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