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Old 21st September 2010, 06:54 PM   #1
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Does someone has or knows where to get this book in english?
I can not read dutch....
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Old 21st September 2010, 07:10 PM   #2
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Old 21st September 2010, 11:18 PM   #3
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Then what? Google translate? That might be tough reading! (not to mention tedious translating), or does that OCR software also translate?

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It's a mid '60s book, chances may be slim to find one in English, not counting university libraries.
He'd have to scan and OCR-read about 125 pages, fortunately it's pocket book size.
Surely there must be someone here, willing to clean-up the online translator translation. (the inspecting inspector of the inspector general ?)
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I have this book, but am not willing to part with it, or scan many pages. Do you have a particular question I can answer?
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Old 22nd September 2010, 04:46 AM   #6
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A quick Google search produced this link to a scanned-in version online. I have no idea if this is copyright clear, but it's an external link, so it's someone else's concern.

HI-FI Versterker Schakelingen

Now you just need to translate.

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Thanks Taj, interesting Philips handbook. The circuits are perfectly understandable
The text is not that dificult to descipher. If you can read english,
I feel that dutch is easier to understand than plain german
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Thanks Taj, interesting Philips handbook. The circuits are perfectly understandable
The text is not that dificult to descipher. If you can read english,
I feel that dutch is easier to understand than plain german
Same author, same general subjects it seems. Available from Old Colony/ Audio Amateur.

Amazon.com: Valves for Audio Frequency Amplifiers (Philips technical library) (9781882580163): E. Rodenhuis: Books

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Old 22nd September 2010, 10:26 AM   #9
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I have this book, but am not willing to part with it, or scan many pages. Do you have a particular question I can answer?
Hi !
I also have the book,but in Dutch,and i would like to fully understand the picture of page 7,and as far i can see the best load for 2 EL34 triode connected,425V Va, is Raa 12K ? Can someone explain this graphic for us all ? It is confusing for me,but i think is very interesting!
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It's about triode operation of tetrodes/pentodes. I can translate the surrounding text if you'd like.
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