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Allen Bartee 25th February 2005 03:46 AM

SWTPC Universal Tiger 100
 
I'm looking to revive one Universal Tiger 100 I bought in 1975 and construct a duplicate to replace one that was "borrowed" several years ago and never returned. Although I have read a lot of horror stories about self destruction, I had great luck with them with my Mkintosh C-22 and was always impressed with the sound. I'm looking for help getting schematics for this amp as well as parts anyone might have from previous Tiger building (or resusitating)

lownoise 25th April 2005 07:05 AM

The complete documentation for the Universal Tiger Power Amplifier is available at:

http://store.payloadz.com/detail.asp?c=17&s=102&i=9266

73,
Douglas

djk 25th April 2005 09:34 PM

An earlier version of what he is looking for, not the same.

Allen Bartee 26th April 2005 04:10 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by lownoise
The complete documentation for the Universal Tiger Power Amplifier is available at:

http://store.payloadz.com/detail.asp?c=17&s=102&i=9266

73,
Douglas


I wrote this post just after first joining the forum. PB2 informed me and I found written on the back of the pc board to confirm that I have a later version called the (175- A) also called the MarkII.
This had two more transistors and some upgraded resistor power ratings to beef up the amp. Thanks for posting the site containing the documentation. I have never seen this even though I thought I have seen every thing out there!

Allen


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