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Old 15th April 2012, 08:29 AM   #41
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What does that imply, care to dazzel us with your overpriced speaker collection?
I bet it's super trendy. I can tell by your tone that you are a Cardas customer, lol.

...and it's spelled Kool aid.

I thought most folks were friendly here and could have a discussion without name calling.

Todd, I did not have to look long to find this quote by you, "There are few things that pis$ me off as much as meaningless, unhelpful snarky two-word replies. Childish and gutless. But thanks for giving us everything you've got."

So it appears we are dealing with a hypocrite, c'est la vie.
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Old 15th April 2012, 08:46 AM   #42
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You may want to rethink this.

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I think, Ref post #36..

If you look at the schematic if you short out the capacitor as shown in post 1 # of this thread you will burn out the EL84....

Point "A" is to the B+ supplying the OP transformer..
The other side of the cap also comes from a different "level" of B+ that supplies the 12AX7..

So if you short out the cap then you will put the 12AX7 B+ rail onto the EL84 anode and stuff the tube...(shorting out the o/p Tx)
I think that is what he is refering to...

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Thanks M...that would not have been pretty!
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