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Old 1st February 2004, 06:22 PM   #1
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Hello everybody.

I have had a strong interest in DIY audio and high end amplification for some time now, and want to build my own phono-line pre amp.

However i know not a good deal about the design and build of such delights. I have a HND in sound engineering and was taught the very basics, i know how to solder, which the differnet components are etc. ( I did say the bassics )

Ive tried searching the forums for a beginners guide or a tutorial in laymens terms to no avail. So does anyone out-there know of a good tutorial that would be suited to me. I dont want to learn all the technical stuff just yet, as by the look of some posts would take me 10 years to master, but just need a step by step guide on how to build a high quality pre amp for my turntable.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 1st February 2004, 11:25 PM   #2
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not a tutorial, but i think the hagerman cornet should be easy to build and can be tweaked based on what i've read at audiocircle.
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Old 2nd February 2004, 12:22 AM   #3
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not a tutorial, but i think the hagerman cornet should be easy to build and can be tweaked based on what i've read at audiocircle.
Unfortunately it's only available as a 110VAC primary version...

In the U.K., one of the better sources for a beginning builder would be one of the kits from WAD, Hi-Fi World's kit division.


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