Matching jfets for beginners? (for the schematics-analphabet)

myleftear

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2017-09-10 6:33 pm
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Hi friends

Since I'm confident that I won't give up on DIY, I need to understand such stuff.
But being a "schematics-first-grader", I'm really having difficulties on understanding the resources about how to measure/match jets (etc).

Mr Pass's article (passdiy, here) on this is very easy to read, but—schematics only, aargh! (the others just being—gradually—more complicated)

So, if a friendly One please could post a reproducible construction (a comprehensible Foto?) of one of these nifty little helpers?

I've been reading through almost every website, watching countless utubes, hoping to finally find an easy, reliable measure-thingie (perfboard) I could clone, with a manual... If there'd be a schematic, fine (climb the learning-curve)

Thanks many times!
david
 

myleftear

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2017-09-10 6:33 pm
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Thank you, amplitude!

Yes, I saw (and read) a lot of them. It's the smoking head phenomenon, and I try to find a post / image that "says everything" (which isn't possible, I know).
Just the illustration of what a schematic looks like in real life...

But... I probably have to put a few projects at risk myself :eek:

I plotted "jfet matching" in search field here and got alot of similar threads, jfets behave different, I'm sure you'll find some interesting stuff, I did.
Here's a link to YouTube with jfet basics
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...BMAB6BAgAEAI&usg=AOvVaw0_N7RjOpV2ybBKlD3Dozmr
 

myleftear

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2017-09-10 6:33 pm
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Nobody is going to do the basics for you.

Hi PRR

Thanks, I know.
I actually wasn't asking to "get fed", I was actually asking for a different/simpler way to look at things so that I can do it myself.
Sometimes I just don't see it because I don't know how to look...

(I seem to be still in the stage of seeing through touching, haha—another way of saying 'kindergarten', maybe?)