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Old 2nd January 2015, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Big thank you to Sonic Craft : The final product

Hi Jeff - It has been a while since we last spoke. You may recall UPS losing my shipment. Thanks for getting me another so I could complete this line stage. I posted a picture in the tube section but thought your help with this build warranted a post here; one, so you could see what you helped accomplish and two, others can see what your parts are capable of. Thanks Luther

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Old 3rd January 2015, 04:14 AM   #2
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Luther,

Thank you for your post. Your work looks very nice! Now..., how does it sound?

Happy New Year,
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Luther,

Thank you for your post. Your work looks very nice! Now..., how does it sound?

Happy New Year,
Jeff
Jeff this is one very sweet linestage. For one it is dead quiet and those Jupiter caps awesome. The sound is spacious with depth, a rich and warm texture and detail that is intimate.
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Very nice work!
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Jeff this is one very sweet linestage. For one it is dead quiet and those Jupiter caps awesome. The sound is spacious with depth, a rich and warm texture and detail that is intimate.
Beautiful build. Love the simplicity of it. Makes my Welbornes look high tech. Can you share the schematic and your latest opinion on the amp?
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Wardsweb hands out over at AudioKarma. Also, I typically have more participation at my other forum.
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