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Old 9th October 2019, 05:21 PM   #41
Stephane Vorstellung is offline Stephane Vorstellung  United States
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If you want a phono "pcb" and source your own parts.
Yeah I'll have to look at those closer. I'd hope they come with some sort of instructions. I noticed that it looked like their power supply is sold separately(makes some sense) but not sure what exactly that means for selecting a chassis, selecting transformers, wiring and so on. If you or anyone have good threads to point to, let me know.
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Old 9th October 2019, 07:02 PM   #42
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Stephane,
At the risk of tooting my own horn, look at the attached links to the final parts of two different builds. Look around the site and you'll find all parts for both a line stage and phono stage build.

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DIY Tube Phono Project Part 5: Circuit Board – Chassis Integration | Wall of Sound | Audio and Music Reviews

Battle of the Cheap Line Stages, Part 4 | Wall of Sound | Audio and Music Reviews
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Old 9th October 2019, 08:30 PM   #43
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Stephane,
At the risk of tooting my own horn, look at the attached links to the final parts of two different builds. Look around the site and you'll find all parts for both a line stage and phono stage build.

Regards, Steve

DIY Tube Phono Project Part 5: Circuit Board Chassis Integration | Wall of Sound | Audio and Music Reviews

Battle of the Cheap Line Stages, Part 4 | Wall of Sound | Audio and Music Reviews
Thanks!
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Old 10th October 2019, 03:04 AM   #44
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Stephane,
At the risk of tooting my own horn, look at the attached links to the final parts of two different builds. Look around the site and you'll find all parts for both a line stage and phono stage build.

Regards, Steve

DIY Tube Phono Project Part 5: Circuit Board Chassis Integration | Wall of Sound | Audio and Music Reviews

Battle of the Cheap Line Stages, Part 4 | Wall of Sound | Audio and Music Reviews
I just looked at some of the documentation on the Chassis Integration links: that's fantastic work. I'm really impressed. If I go that route and have questions I'll start a new thread. I feel like I've maybe taken the current one far enough off course. But man: the photos (with clearly labeled parts and board locales!) along with the with narrative is really outta sight. Thank you!
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. After many hours of searching I found a problem on the pcb and advised Roy. His answer "OK, so it looks like you found an error on that board, that's good, that's how things get fixed". No apology or assistance of any kind - he said I could buy another pcb at my expense or have him fix it at my expense - Great service for a kit worth $1000.00 !
That's the Microsoft way of debugging.
Get it 95% of the way there then get it out and let the punters find the rest of the bugs ! Its just lazy debugging....
Bugs are inversely proportional to how much time you spend debugging.
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