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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by forrestyung, Feb 8, 2006.
let me guess. um..........the transformer!
those variable resistors as well!
red, no, they are not. Do you want to know the answer
so, please tell us mark!
and the answer is....
what's 1 and 2? kinda of coils? 3 seems to be a volume control. that's what i was trying to say. a variable resistor.
1 and 2 are 99.99% pure silver foil capacitors and the brand is Audio Note. 3 is a point by point volume control of the brand Elma.
point to point wiring! cool! what are those two tubes mark. 12ax7? which brand?
12ay7.... because of this pre amp, i bought in a pair of JAN GE 12ay7 of 1965, two pairs of Amperex 6072A=12ay7 1980?, one pair of 1950 RCA 12ay7... I am so broke now.. I need to eat tree skin for the rest of the year.
Just wondering how your equipment sound....
for the rectifier tube in the power supply part, I can either use 6X4 or 412A... so... I bought in two TungSo 6X4 at 1950, 2 TungSo 6x4 at 1960, three Western Electric 412a..one 1970 and two of 1960.
Nevertheless, tubes have resaleable value. I think they can be disposed off quite easily in the Ebay.
Viver...hei.. hei....I expect close to 80% of the original classic Audio Note M7.
Never had chance to hear an Audio Note equipment. Remember hearing this name before but never listened to it . On valve amplifiers I only listened to Jadis and another one, which I forgot the name. Mostly SS amplifiers.
lol........if u are hungry after all those "tree skin" are consumed. sell that amp then!
viver, may be you can drop by for an audition when it is completed and after a 300-hour break-in period In fact quite many of my hi fi fans are so curious of this little wonder; but I am sure, each brand has its own characteristic of sound. It really depends on your preference... like badminton rackets.
Yes ..for sure, I would love to have a listen. I have been into Black Gates for power supply and Cardas and MIT for the rest. Still have some vintage tube gears waiting for "renewal"
I will pm you when ready.... but are you in Vancouver?
mark, how are u gonna get it broken in? do u have a burn in audio cd?
Red, just turn it on ... I think I have one of those cds. But I think the best way is to make some noise by hooking it up with a solid state tuner (and a ss pwr amp.) Red, do you have a better idea ?
Thanks for being so accommodating, really curious about the sound and also a learning experience with an more experienced audiophile. About the SS amplifiers I chose over the tube ones was mostly due to 1 reason... lazyness to find tubes