Stasis 1 pics

Nelson Pass

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2001-03-29 12:38 am
Stefanoo said:
they seem to be gone.

the folder name was 'temp' = temporary



For compensation :cool:
I found some material saved at http://www.hifi-museum.com/
Hifi-Museum.com

Those were the days:
[IMGDEAD]http://www.hifi-museum.com/images/pa/np_main.jpg[/IMGDEAD]

I must say, as I think I know somewhat what Nelson looks like today,
that regarding 'the surface looks' he has improved quite a bit :D
Or maybe he has finally learnt what scissors and shavers are ....



Here is link to www.hifi-museum.com page, where I found above ancient image
and lots and lots of old Nelson Pass amplifiers Stuff:

http://www.hifi-museum.com/pa/np_index.htm

ENJOY!



/Regards lineup
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............................ without knowing your own history and where you came from
............................ you will not know as good where you are and will be going
(instant 2007 April quote by lineup)
 

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jupiterjune said:
What bias current and rail voltage is required to make it an effective pizza warmer?

JJ

hi

Think that electrical stoves / ovens use between 500-1500 Watt.
Depending on your settings for actual food.

This is heat power concentrated onto one spot ( stove platter )
or protected from air circulation / cooling by a box with walls ( oven ).

1000 Watt might be able to cook/fry one PIZZA.
But maybe not in free air surroundings, for example on top of your amplifier/heatsink.

Say you have +-50 Volt DC supply = 100 Volt total.
To get 1000 Watt power you would bias 10 Ampere.
100V x 10A = 1000 Watt


/Regards, lineup - getting hungry ;) .... for pizza