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post #4906 of 10199
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Originally Posted by rosgr63 View Post
 

Gorgeous looking amp, well done Glenn.

Tyrell you are very lucky.

 

One of my headphone amps is also using transistor control for the heaters (2V to 10V, user adjustable), it's a good idea.

RWA also use D-Class in their designs and so do my B&O monitors.

I do agree with Glenn, no point for small powers.

 

Eric I can see the Muses inside Tyrell's amp.

 

Better than Siren's. Tyrell would never turn his amp off!

post #4907 of 10199
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Originally Posted by Xcalibur255 View Post

Goodness. I don't touch my computer over the weekend and look at what I miss. Good thing my phone alerted me to Stavros's email.

I'm kind of at a loss for words to be honest and don't know what to say except its beautiful and thank you so much for everything Glenn.

One thing im curious about though...Are the caster feet not on it yet or is that shag carpeting? :-)

When I took those pictures the bottom plate was not on yet I wanted to get a picture of the underside

before I put it on. And I wanted to try it hooked to music so I just put it on the floor by my stereo

so I can hook the audio cables. Before all I did was run it hooked to equipment. I do want to try to

drive my speakers off it before I ship it.

The bottom plate with the casters are on now.

post #4908 of 10199
Thread Starter 

45amp

 

I'm sure you've neither the time nor interest to YouTube the official weigh-in... but you could tell us!

:popcorn:

post #4909 of 10199

I know nothing about you tube wouldent know what to do to put it up on there nor the time to learn.

post #4910 of 10199

Hey, I made another Dutch apple pie.

Amps for Pies. It looks like a train wreck but it tastes oh so good!

AppleMark

AppleMark

post #4911 of 10199

Nice...I just ran 7 miles and the first forum has a delicious looking Dutch apple pie....Clayton, I'll be right over....:cool:

post #4912 of 10199
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post
 

Hey, I made another Dutch apple pie.

Amps for Pies. It looks like a train wreck but it tastes oh so good!

 

 

 

While you're perfecting this dish, here's an idea: 

 

Upon shipsupt's return to the Bay, you could bake one and bring it to the Bistro for the three of us (and staff)... 

 

AppleMark

 

 

And I, a Magnum of Veuve-Clicquot...

 

Izha-3ltr.jpg

 

 

And we could hang-out till the fat lady sings, talking about food, music, life, gears and more!

 

Veuve-Clicquot-Boursault.jpg

post #4913 of 10199

EXCELLENT!

the plan and the pie.

post #4914 of 10199
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Originally Posted by 2359glenn View Post
 

I know nothing about you tube wouldent know what to do to put it up on there nor the time to learn.

 

I can teach you how to watch some nice videos like the ones I sent you about exercising........

 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post
 

Hey, I made another Dutch apple pie.

Amps for Pies. It looks like a train wreck but it tastes oh so good!

AppleMark

AppleMark

 

That looks great Clayton, save a slice for me please.
 
SO you have some great ideas!!!!!!!!!
post #4915 of 10199

Here is a picture of Tyrell's amp running 2A3s it has a switch that switches the primary impedance of the output transformer

 


Edited by 2359glenn - 9/17/13 at 9:48am
post #4916 of 10199

I love the looks of the transformers! How come you switched to the new bias meters Glenn? They look kind of euh, big and stuff :rolleyes:

post #4917 of 10199
Thread Starter 

Vacuum Tube Amps-

 

Whenever I see tubes and transformers stacked, I instantly think "Pick a skyline" from different cities...

post #4918 of 10199

I like your parallel SO, I think the same too.

 

Is that normal or a sign of something or other?

 

Sign of Insanity, am I that far gone?

post #4919 of 10199

Tyrell bought them he likes the more modern look of those meters.

 

The transformers should look good for what they cost. These are maybe the best transformers you can buy.

 

I am thinking of using Lundahl power transformers when ever I use output transformers.

 

They have almost no magnetic field around them even less then the R core transformer

 

 I used in your amp.

post #4920 of 10199

I happened upon this audio store while in Amsterdam.

I went in last year; I didn't go in this time.

 

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