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icebear 2nd December 2003 11:45 AM

Mullard 5-20 schematics
 
Do anyone have the schematics for the original Mullard 5-20 circuit?

fdegrove 2nd December 2003 02:02 PM

Hi,

You can find it here:

MULLARD 5-20

Cheers,;)

dhaen 2nd December 2003 02:03 PM

There's one here:

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...ht=#post140337
It's easier if you search first ;)

icebear 2nd December 2003 09:09 PM

Search
 
Hey Dhaen

I actualy did search. But nothing came up. Try yourself. Strange.


bjørn

sreten 2nd December 2003 09:23 PM

I understand the Maplin valve amplifier kit was
heavily based on the 5-20, so another possible
source ?

:) /sreten.

dhaen 2nd December 2003 09:34 PM

Re: Search
 
Quote:

Originally posted by icebear
Hey Dhaen

I actualy did search. But nothing came up. Try yourself. Strange.


bjørn

Sorry if I sounded unfriendly :rolleyes:
The search engine here is much improved recently, but like all such systems it depends on what you enter.
You probably entered:
Mullard 5-20 schematic (which indeed comes up with nothing)..
I just entered Mullard schematic, and the third item found was "Mullard 5-20"...
Funny heh?

Anyway, welcome to the forum :)

fdegrove 2nd December 2003 09:45 PM

Hi,

Quote:

The search engine here is much improved recently,
Hmmm....

Before it came up with a raft of non-related stuff. Now it just is really funny...

I just entered Mullard 5-20, checked "Tubes". Nothing.
Than I remembered it was JDev that posted it so I filled in that as the poster's name. Nothing.

Then I did a Google on the web and hey, bingo. It came up with JDev's posted schematic.

So it just leaves me wondering what language the local search facility speaks and if someone can show us how to use it properly?

I appreciate the effort made to improve it, it's probably just me not understanding it .

Quote:

Anyway, welcome to the forum
Same here.:)

Cheers,;)

icebear 2nd December 2003 09:48 PM

Thanks :D


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