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Old 26th March 2006, 02:04 PM   #1
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I was at a swap meet this weekend and picked up a "Tube God TH-1 Amp Regulator" PCB, fully loaded but never used. It has the numbers 9-82 which i assume to me Sept. 1982. But i have no idea what amp this is for???

It has solder pads for In/Out/Gnd and has 2 RCA 7819 and 1 RCA 7815 TO-3 Devices plus a LM10CH and a 2N3439 as well as a TIP50 on board.

If anyone knows what this is or has any DOCS, or any interest in it. please let me know.


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Old 29th March 2006, 11:31 AM   #2
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WOW, no one knows anythig about this??? Thats amazing!
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Based on the parts you mentioned, this is a regulator board for (maybe) filaments and high voltage. The LM10CH is an opamp voltage reference which may be controlling the 2N3439 to deliver the high voltage, probably 300-350V range. The TIP50 can deliver up to 500V I suppose.

This board for a power amp project as the name implies.

If this has been made in 1982 by some small company, or a person, it won't be known for many.
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For what it's worth, "Tube God" was the name that Harvey "Gizmo" Rosenberg did business under before he started NYAL. This looks very much like his workmanship.
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For what it's worth, "Tube God" was the name that Harvey "Gizmo" Rosenberg did business under before he started NYAL. This looks very much like his workmanship.

Ahhh Now were getting someplace!

This must be a single voltage regulator as i only see one input/ground/output labels.
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If this is Harvey's workmanship, please swab it for traces of Harvey's DNA. Save that sample for the day when cloning humans becomes practical. The world needs more exuberant Harveys
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