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Old 6th April 2003, 01:53 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any experience with the kits on http://www.DiyParadiso.com ?

I'd like like to buy a kit there because it's very near to my place. Is someone able to tell me if they are any good ? (KT88 PP or Mario 300B )

They seem to make their own designs but I'm not able to judge the quality thereof myself.

Any input would be helpful.

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Old 6th April 2003, 02:22 PM   #2
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Hi,

Having known the shopowner (Benny Glass) on a personal level for over 15 years I can only recommend his work to you.

He always gives sterling service and is not expensive at all.

I've heard some of the kits at his shop and found them very good value for money, some of them well surpass most commercially available equipment.

So this is a big thumbs up from me.

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Old 6th April 2003, 03:28 PM   #3
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Many thanks for the recommendation Frank,



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Old 6th April 2003, 03:31 PM   #4
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Any comments on either version of the Outerlimit Frank?
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Hi Brett,

Although I've seen it at the shop and it was playing some background music, I wouldn't dare to make comments based on just that impression alone.

I plan to meet up with Benny in a couple of weeks and I'll ask him if he can demo either or both versions for me.

I see you're still in love with those...

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Old 6th April 2003, 04:39 PM   #6
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Default not love, but...

I'm just a sucker for them big bright tubes, and curious about how it sounds.

The way it's looking at the moment, I think I'll stay with the low voltage PP version I'm playing with now.
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Old 8th April 2003, 05:59 PM   #7
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hi timolien,

I am prepare one kit for 300B, 2a3 & 45 tubes.
This is a se amp.
The power trans I use is
pri. 2X115V.
sec. 400V~320~0~90~320~400V 250ma.
0~4~5V 3A
0~6.3~10V 3A
0~2.5~5V 3A
0~2.5~5V 3A

the choke & output trans I use is James JS 6123HS & JS 4015 5.5H 250ma choke.

JS 6123HS can had pri 2.5K,3.5K & 5K suitable to use 300B, 2A3, 6B4G, PX4, PX25, VT52, KT66, KT88, EL34 SE.....
U can see the trans & choke in the photo.

The cap I use for rectifier is 4uf oil cap. with 2X47uf Elna cap.
All resister will use Dale with carbon film resisters.
the couple cap is MKP.

Chassis will pre drilling already that can fit to use 8,9. pin.
Tubes u can choose standard China made 5u4, 300B & 6sn7
The 6SN7 I give to U is use 1960's china military grade with box.

or added some money to change to full music Mesh plate( Balloon, match pair white ceremic & gold pins) .

any detail pls visit my web,

U will see the kit can providse U use a lot of time.

www.diyaudiocraft.com

thnaks

Thomas
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Old 8th April 2003, 06:40 PM   #8
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Thomas,
I went to your website but did not see any information on kits. Could you please email me what is included and prices for your kits? Thanks!

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Old 8th April 2003, 06:47 PM   #9
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hi Mark,

I still prepare the kit. But is in the end stage.
The standard kit will had this out look.
Pls give me one more week. after I prepare I will email to U immediately.
The photo I show to u is use tango iso output because the chassis is multiple to all output.
I will email two photo, another is for the deluxe kit that I will use eastern wooden craft with aluminium- magnesium alloy for the top plate.

thanks

Thomas
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hi Mark,

This is the deluxe kit chassis that I will use eastern wooden craft with aluminium- magnesium alloy for the top plate.

thanks

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