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Old 3rd November 2005, 03:55 AM   #1
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Talking se el34 finally

well my se el34 is finally working, makes the little speakers dance
all over the table lol. no comments on my clean table. i still need to replace the output iron when totally finished and fix up the wiring. its jacques beukes special kinda and a few changes.




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Hello,

nice work! Is there a special reason for attaching g3 to the anode instead of the cathode?

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Old 3rd November 2005, 12:12 PM   #6
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Is there a special reason for attaching g3 to the anode instead of the cathode?
Don't know...I am I suppose a "cut and paste" builder..I "cut and pasted" that part of the schematic from the Randall amplifier by John Atwood.

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well my se el34 is finally working
How does it sound? And are those the little 10$ critters from Triodeelectronics? (I have around 5 of those )
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sounds great but i find im going to need to order some chokes.
theres a little hum when it warms up with the volume up or down.

the case was from a solidstate amplifier. this is the first time using it with the lid on and it get way to hot no suprize being se.
i may hit the hardware store and make a deck for it and transfer the parts over. save the case for a preamp

i didnt make it exactly like the Schematic but close. when i get a chance i would like to make my own Schematic to share.

very low parts count.
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ha i found a really slow fan i can use. so i can keep it together

ill vent it out the bottom.


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Old 3rd November 2005, 08:40 PM   #9
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ahh the wife likes it no bulky iron and hot tubes to deal with.
now if she ever gives me a chance to use it.



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