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Old 13th April 2013, 01:22 AM   #241
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I didn't like the way I had the wire routed, I had to re-do it. There is a inline fuse hidden underneath the aux cap right befor the switch. I was actually waiting for someone to ask about the ground.
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Old 8th August 2013, 05:51 PM   #242
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A few photos of my SSE. I love building and listening to these tube amplifiers. The large hole milled into the bottom of the chassis is for the future install of a motor run cap.
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Old 9th August 2013, 06:48 AM   #243
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Hows that ?

Go to the gallery and click your picture and then highlight and copy and paste the link into the thread
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Old 9th August 2013, 10:47 AM   #244
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I love it, but that's a lot of voltage to be doing 'breadboard' style!
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Old 9th August 2013, 02:18 PM   #245
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Kkcinc,

To be fair, what voltage is low enough to do antique style? Any voltage high enough to cause current to flow through the body's tissues is dangerous, including our source of 120 VAC. If you contact it you may get hurt or worse. If you do not contact it, no worries.

Having said that, you are 110% correct.

Right now the amp runs in an enclosed room behind my audio rack which has a lockable door. I am trying to source some of that old antique expanded metal that you see at times covering tube equipment or old oil burning stoves. I will have a box built that will fit around the board and wires and fasten it to the chassis. Retro look, safe, adequate cooling, and still see the glow. Nirvana! Thanks.

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Old 9th August 2013, 03:05 PM   #246
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Sorry, In the above post, #245, meant to start with 'what voltage is low enough to do "breadboard" style'. Thanks

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Old 3rd October 2013, 10:49 PM   #247
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Default Tubelab SSE

My Tubelab SSE
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Old 3rd October 2013, 11:36 PM   #248
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Very nice, great work !
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Old 4th October 2013, 02:25 AM   #249
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Not the greatest photo, but it was baptized about 30min ago! Fantastic little amp.
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Old 22nd November 2013, 02:23 AM   #250
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My SSE:
Edcor GXSE OPTs and XPWR035 PT, JJ EL34 tubes with 680ohm cathode resistor, UL/Triode switch and CFB switch, tube rectification. The only unique modification to the SSE design is the addition of an RCA selector switch so it can run double duty for home theater without swapping wires. At some point I'd like to buy some different tubes and add a selector switch for variable cathode resistance like so many people here have done, but that can wait. The chassis design is shamelessly stolen from others on this thread and constructed of red oak, cherry, and 1/8" aluminum. Thanks to Tubelab for a great circuit design and PCB and thanks to the DIYAudio community for all the useful information on this forum.
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