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Old 21st September 2007, 04:35 PM
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Default PT15 designed by James D

Hi-this is the (almost) finished article.

From a James Doddington design.

They work (monoblocks) and i like them.

Thanks to all those who gave help,advice and encouragement.


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Old 21st September 2007, 05:27 PM
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Hi Philip,

They look very interesting, have you much left to do then? That looks like a light bulb on the top - maybe you just need a lamp shade!

Then you can call it a lamplifier!!

(DTB must be busy this afternoon - I'm surprised he hasn't commented yet! )

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Hi Mike-we have had a DTB bulb comment.

They had them in the Lancasters so they could see to repair them in the dark !
In use the bulb (40W) only emits a very soft glow.

The only thing left to do is to work out how (or where) to connect up my LCD voltmeter and selector switch.

I have run out of time now so that will be for the future.(another year knowing me! )

So it is in prime form to take on allcomers for the WithamFest single ended challenge.


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Old 21st September 2007, 05:58 PM
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Hi Philip,

A couple of analogue volt meters would have looked more interesting and pretty retro, but more bulky and harder to come by I guess.

When I met DTB at the Tonbridge Audio jumble back in Feb, I was on the look out for a GL75 as a winter project, although the TT was sourced off Ebay shortly after, I'm sure it won't be started for a good while yet!!

Its good to see amp's like yours though, and although I've only built a number of WAD amp's I feel the scratch build of a simple amp maybe be a more practical (useful) project, rather than starting my GL75!! Who knows!!

Enjoy the fest! And keep your eye on DTB, If you see him hovering about with a lampshade, you'll know what he's up to!

(Just read the main thread, If i'd done that first I'd not of been in the dark about the light bulbs!!)
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Old 10th September 2013, 04:20 PM
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I like it Philip, they really looks good .
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Old 14th September 2013, 11:51 AM
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Thanks, but it was dismantled a long time ago and the bits reused.

I keep meaning to go back to PT15, but always something different to try.
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