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Old 11th July 2005, 01:25 PM   #11
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Default Very nice your words Hugh, but you can see, there's the good bootstrap

And if you observe, there's a Miller capacitor, despite Graham dislike it, my unit oscilated because of transistor made.

I will fix, following Graham instructions....who am i to discuss with Graham?

The Same output topologie you have in Aksa 55 and some clever ideas from Graham....this is all Graham design, i am just following his progresses and constructing some amplifiers.

Another interesting is Symassym version 4, but MikeB disappeared when i told him that step by step he was changing his amplifier to be an AKSA....ahahahaha....i think he did not like the comment...... a long research, and changing here and there....a hard work....when i saw the output...there's the Aksa.

He disappeared...may be with redish face near Andromeda Constellation.

Live is beautifull, and our friends are wonderfull.

Hey Hugh!...do not tell the guys!...between you and me... some secret, ....he was near to produce one Aksa...ahahahahaha!

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Old 11th July 2005, 03:06 PM   #12
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My next amp of comparison( technical and acoustic ).
I am a little worried by the Carlos enthusiasm. We hope that Graham leave still some chance of amelioration!
Joking aparts, is a lot of interesting to build a amp so "simulated" and studied by Graham, because allows to all we of make a will in the reality his convictions. his availability to furnish her backgound ( and the schemes ) shows ( if there from it were be necessary ) her "genuine" passion for this subject.
Am not much the planners prepared for himself put " in play ", but surely is the better thing...

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Old 11th July 2005, 03:58 PM   #13
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Default Out of Topic

Mauro,

No offence to you Mauro but could be offensive to others. Even if we know that this was not your intention.

We all are, to some degree, limited with languish but reading your last post called my attention the way you refer to Graham.

He, his, > refer to a male person.

She, her > refers to a female person

Someone had to tell you
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Old 11th July 2005, 03:59 PM   #14
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Default Va molto benne fratelo Mauro, It's all rigth brother Mauro

I feel good when i found a good amplifier, already assembled more than 2.5K units...maybe 2.7K....and i am very tired of assemblage.

This amplifier, as many Graham designs sound great, also Aksa 55 is a wonderfull amplifier and also the Symassym4 is very good.

I can find more 5 or 6 good units...the rest....hummm...capiche?

Your flag, seem Italy..but i am not sure uomo... va molto benne.

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Old 11th July 2005, 04:01 PM   #15
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Default Some details to turn easy construction

To understand and copy other guy work, sometimes produce more work than start our own work from the beginning.

But, with the intention to help, here is some images that may help friends.

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Old 11th July 2005, 04:05 PM   #16
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Default Here is the board i prepared this morning.

It is self instructive.

I use to solder direct over copper, but you can transfer to the other side without too much work.

The board size is 90 X 45 milimeters.

A little more than 3 inches and a litle less than 2 inches...ahahaha!

The TO-220 transistors and the output are connected to the board using thin twisted wires...not too long, as you may have 1 picofarad of capacitance each inche...so...keep them short.

Over the board only the small transistors of the differential amplifier and CCS

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Life is wonderfull, having amplifiers to assemble.

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Default Alô Hermano del Sombrero, Hello my friend of the Mexican Hat.

Graham is a wonderfull person, he will not bother related that small mistake made by Mauro....hehe, try to follow the awfull things i wrote here.... confusion of whole with hole....beach with.... my God!... forum friends need to have patience.

Olá hermano, es un placer mui grande recibir el hermano que arriba sin embargo.... yo no hablo espanhol...solamente Portunhol.

Hello brother, is a big pleasure the brother land here is this forum, without doubts i do not speak Spanish, only some strange language that is something between Portuguese and Spanish.

Bienvenido nesta thread...welcome this thread!

One transistor was missed.... a new image.

Do not construct without check my board...i guarantee that will explode, as normally happens here..... understood....Destroyer Extra?

Saludos

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Default Tony del torreón...languish was wonderfull

Lânquido es mucho sexy!...ahahaha!

I do not now the English translation...let's see...language!...yessss!...my God!

Carlos
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Old 11th July 2005, 05:02 PM   #19
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ooppsss...
Thanks of the correction, apassgear. Excuse me Graham...

Ciaoi

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Old 11th July 2005, 05:19 PM   #20
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Default Re: Tony del torreón...languish was wonderfull

Quote:
Originally posted by destroyer X
Lânquido es mucho sexy!...ahahaha!

I do not now the English translation...let's see...language!...yessss!...my God!

Carlos

jejjeje, you are right Carlos

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