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How you doing?  Was intended to ping you last time in Chicago, was in town for few hours walking along Chicago river but it was raining like crazy.

 

i've been pretty good. Same old basically, just work and trying to save money for stuff.

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i've been pretty good. Same old basically, just work and trying to save money for stuff.

I like your style - saveandbuygoodies! 

 

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How many Watts does Glenn's 300b put into a speaker? 

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I think clayton and mine does 15W. I think
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I think clayton and mine does 15W. I think

thats good - better than the WA5's 9

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how much glenn amp cost? any details? how it pairs with hd800? which tubes good for it... there is 647 pages come on... give me so info i will not going to read all these pages

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But that's just all the fun? Sometimes I spend days reading just one thread. Read and learn :)

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how much glenn amp cost? any details? how it pairs with hd800? which tubes good for it... there is 647 pages come on... give me so info i will not going to read all these pages

1. why not ask the builder?

2. Its good, we like pizza and scotch here...

3. very good... kinda like pizza and scotch!

4. A lot of tubes work well, it depends on what kinda sound you're chasing...

 

 

5. 647 pages of pure amazing... I'm mostly caught up on this thing and reading through from post 1 was worth the journey.

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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post

I think clayton and mine does 15W. I think

 

I don't remember what Glenn's specs were for his mono blocks but they sound really great now that I am using my Decware CSP2+ as a preamp with his 300B mono blocks. I'm really happy with the sound.

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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post
 

 

I don't remember what Glenn's specs were for his mono blocks but they sound really great now that I am using my Decware CSP2+ as a preamp with his 300B mono blocks. I'm really happy with the sound.

 

Glorious!

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Clayton needs a wide angle lens so we can see all his stuff! :D

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Clayton needs a wide angle lens so we can see all his stuff! :D


Since you asked. My tiny living room is a mess today. I used a soldering iron for the first time in my life. That thing is hot.

 

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Since you asked. My tiny living room is a mess today. I used a soldering iron for the first time in my life. That thing is hot.

 

:thumb: A Great Shot!

 

But... :blink: can we learn a bit more about the soldering iron adventure?

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how much glenn amp cost? any details? how it pairs with hd800? which tubes good for it... there is 647 pages come on... give me so info i will not going to read all these pages

Welcome to arguably the BEST Thread on Head-Fi! :wink_face:

 

Try sending 2359glenn a Private Message with respect to custom build options, price ect. And the 647 pages? Once you get your order in, your enthusiasm will make the reading a breeze!

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:thumb: A Great Shot!

 

But... :blink: can we learn a bit more about the soldering iron adventure?

 

I needed to replace the stepped attenuators in each of the blocks. They were getting a bit noisy. But I decided that instead of replacing them I would bypass them altogether. Just an experiment. So under Glenn's excellent guidance and instruction, I bypassed each stepped attenuator in each amp by snipping a few wires and soldering a new wire and resistor. I am supercharged that I soldered it all by myself. Well, okay, my neighbor helped by holding the wire. I don't think he ever wants to see me again. I got him nervous. All is done and well though.

 

Now I'm ready to help with parbaked's amp.

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