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Posted 25th August 2009 at 05:52 AM by planet10

This Weekend is the 6th Annual Vancouver Island diyFEST which we host so i am busy getting ready for that. It will be the official roll-out of some designs for the new Planet10-HiFi EL70eN, a new paper cone driver from Mark Audio that has factory support. Also sold without our special touches as an EL70 by Bob at Creative Sound (Mark & Bob have their own new forums as well).

Prepping for this is a lot of work, but we get further along each year... sort of like an annual spring cleaning. Thanx to Jeff, Chris, Gregg the Geek, Jesse, Daniel, and Tysen for the help. Of course it wouldn't have been possible without Ruth taking care of the feeding and more.

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This year we added a small listening room in the back of the lab which will allow more demonstration versatility all year round.

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Posted 25th August 2009 at 05:25 AM by panson_hk

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The very first blog post!!!

Posted 20th August 2009 at 07:40 AM by keantoken
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Hi all. Apparently, this is the first blog post of the new DIYAudio (unless the new software is fooling me).

Sooo...... What would someone like me want to blog about? All I can really do is post links to my threads and post pictures of my ideas. I don't really have enough to contribute which would warrant a regular blog...

One thing I think deserves mention is the thread below about the Allison output stage. Surely there are more interesting things to talk about, things more pertaining to audio (there is generally a sort of Zen approach where even though a circuit may measure well, there may be other ways of doing it that sound better).


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The significance of the Allison, to me, is its measured performance as a voltage buffer. You still need a low source impedance because the input impedance...
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