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post #46 of 170
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I know mine is pedestrian in comparison but it cost me 1/6 the price and still sounds amazing. No I didn't build it myself. Although I did do some work on it. :)



Very nice!

 

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post #47 of 170

Looks very nice Baka.  Is it a 2 channel or 3 channel?

 

Fishski, I will try to take some good ones within the week and put them on the AMB forum.

post #48 of 170

Quote:Originally Posted by fishski13 

"who wants to discuss your 'pedestrian' amp Ross?  i want to see the pics of the Bellatone's gutz."


I love my "pedestrian" amp. Thanks. LoL

post #49 of 170
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Looks very nice Baka.  Is it a 2 channel or 3 channel?

 

Fishski, I will try to take some good ones within the week and put them on the AMB forum.


thanks.  i really appreciate that and i'm sure everyone else would.  while i'm not a fan of SA, i'm interested in how you motorized it.

 

post #50 of 170

Quote:Originally Posted by IPodPJ 

"Looks very nice Baka.  Is it a 2 channel or 3 channel?
Fishski, I will try to take some good ones within the week and put them on the AMB forum."


Three channel, two chassis. Fishski13 can fill you in on more of the specifics and what work/upgrades needed to be done. It's sounds damn good. Better than when I first received it and the best solid state amp I've had the pleasure of listening to. It is a testament of the AMB design.

post #51 of 170

Steve,

isn't it boring in the MOT skybox wink.gif?

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isn't it boring in the MOT skybox wink.gif?

 

Unbelievably boring.

 

Ho hum.

 

Oh darn. The twins have found me again.

 

booth-babes.jpg

 

Back to the boredom.

 

Thanks for this brief interlude of excitement.

 

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post #53 of 170

^^ Just when I was about to veer away from this thread you got my attention biggrin.gif

post #54 of 170

Quote:Originally Posted by Steve Eddy 




Unbelievably boring.
"Ho hum.
Oh darn. The twins have found me again.

Back to the boredom.
Thanks for this brief interlude of excitement.

se"


The one on the right looks like my ex wife. Mostly. LoL You can have her. She's VERY expensive. I suggest selling several thousand of those amps (monthly) to keep her happy. Lmao

post #55 of 170
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The one on the right looks like my ex wife. Mostly. LoL You can have her. She's VERY expensive. I suggest selling several thousand of those amps (monthly) to keep her happy. Lmao


Oh I'm not worried. PJ's picking up the tab. biggrin.gif

 

And for the record, I have no financial interest in the amp.

 

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Edited by Steve Eddy - 3/30/11 at 8:09am
post #56 of 170

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Originally Posted by fishski13 View Post


thanks.  i really appreciate that and i'm sure everyone else would.  while i'm not a fan of SA, i'm interested in how you motorized it.
 


That's easy to answer.  The motor drive is made by Bent Audio.  It's specifically for the DACT attenuators.  It also comes with a remote board, an IR receiver,

and an inexpensive remote control.  I made a custom IR receiver for this amp though, and a remote control that matches the chassis.

 

http://bentaudio.com/index2.html

 

Stepped attenuators like the DACT are limited to 23 steps, but they sound excellent and I was able to motorize it like I wanted so it can be controlled by hand or with the remote.  You can't do that with an RK50 as far as I know, and also it isn't available readily anymore so I didn't want to go that route.

With a gain of 2, I don't feel like I am missing any steps whatsoever.  People that use a higher gain sometimes have an issue with that though.  However if you are using something like a Logitech Transporter as your source, you can attenuate up to -23dB without a loss of signal, and pretty close to that with a Squeezebox.

 


Edited by IPodPJ - 3/29/11 at 8:39pm
post #57 of 170

Quote:Originally Posted by Steve Eddy 




"Oh I'm not worried. PJ's picking up the tab."

Sorry PJ. LoL

post #58 of 170
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Sorry PJ. LoL


I'll pick up the tab alright, for a cheap transvestite. ;)

 

post #59 of 170

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"I'll pick up the tab alright, for a cheap transvestite. ;)"


You'll have to ask Eddie Murphy about that. LoL.

Listening with the B22. Hit shuffle, had a Yuengling and am relaxing.

post #60 of 170

How's the sound of the 030?

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