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  1. Audionorth
    8th September 2011 07:24 AM
    Hi Jan,

    Thanks for your willingness to assist me on this. I just sent off an e-mail to Andy Grove to see if he is willing to respond with any feedback/recommended changes regarding the amp design. . . ? He has responded to other e-mails regarding AN kit amps I have built. Of course, I'll share if he provides anything of interest.

    Here is my regular address:

    I have done some business with Front Panel Express in the past so I'm a bit familiar with their process.

    Thanks again - your willingness to share is really appreciated,

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  • About bearded fiddler
    Where are you? (you must fill this in)
    Tervuren, near Brussels, Belgium
    Your Interest (you must fill this in)
    I used to listen exclusively to folk music and classical music, but in the last few years there has been a shift towards jazz, mainly bebop. Classical is growing into a museum art I feel, and jazz simply gives me more energy. This doesn't mean I stopped listening to classical of course, but I've come to realize there is more in musical life. I'm also discovering the pop music I missed out on in the seventies and eighties.
    Who you are in Hi Fi (you must fill this in)
    My main interest is music, not hi-fi for the sake of it, but in order to heighten the musical experience as much as possible I took to building valve kits (2008: KEL84, 2009: KT88, 2010: Phono3S, but without the MC step-up transformers - unavailable then and now vanished into thin air I'm afraid). I also built a phono stage called the Phonodude (a Dutch design) which is extremely good (also thanks to the Mundorf Supreme silver/oil coupling caps I used).


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