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Old 16th March 2006, 14:10   #16
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This is what I called system check this link

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This is 'What you called system" means? It's prehistoric. Maybe there were dinosaurs around when he put those things together.
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yeah. this is kinda dated. :-) B&T remember there are a few dinosaurs around here as well. :-)
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yeah. this is kinda dated. :-) B&T remember there are a few dinosaurs around here as well. :-)
Today's Class D generation finds Tube amps prehistoric

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yeah. this is kinda dated. :-) B&T remember there are a few dinosaurs around here as well. :-)
he he lol true.

And heck JB, there's no way I think valves are prehistoric. I would kill to get a Butler Audio. Uh, ok anyone who owns a butler audio tube driver around, if I ever spot it...time to say your last prayers mate!
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he he lol true.

And heck JB, there's no way I think valves are prehistoric. I would kill to get a Butler Audio. Uh, ok anyone who owns a butler audio tube driver around, if I ever spot it...time to say your last prayers mate!
Look at the All Tube TRU Technology C7.2AT running on EL84's
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I am designing an EL34 (6SN7 phase splitter and 6SL7 input) based amp. Got tubes, OPTs, PS, and today I got the chassis. The OPTs weigh 3kgs each, the PS weighs 5kgs+ and the chassis is all SS and weighs 5kgs alone! I am thinking each amp (I am making 2 mirror image) will weight 20kgs when done.

I think you guys will be interested in the pics when I am done. B&T since you are in Mumbai we ought to meet or maybe we already have. :-)
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