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Paul Barker 6th June 2006 10:23 PM

Re: Newbie guide to SE Vs PP
 
Yes very sorry to hear that Dave. Hope we can give you some enjoyment at our future gatherings to help you through the difficult emotions ahead.

Paul Barker 6th June 2006 10:24 PM

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I wander what a signed copy of MJ with personal note would fetch on eBay?

NickG 7th June 2006 01:11 AM

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Depends on what the note was, I can imagine a few.

Paul Barker 7th June 2006 07:54 AM

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Push Pull 212!

Actually the recipient of such things would never let it go, but if I were to sell it I would donate the money to Morgan because he is a great contribution behind the scenes and through his books to many but makes doodle squat from the books.

To make money out of books you don't write books about valves.

Dave the bass 7th June 2006 08:39 AM

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Thanks for the kind words chaps, I appreciate it.

I'll keep sniffing about for a MJ book, I never knew Micheal Jackson made such an impact on the world of Valve Hi Fi:D

DTB

pre65 7th June 2006 09:46 AM

Re: Newbie guide to SE Vs PP
 
Hi-i have now got the two MJ books (Amazon £50 free postage) and am looking forward to absorbing the contents.I did not realise the amount of maths involved in valve circuit design !
anyway they are my bedtime reading for a while to come.:D

Philip

Martin213 7th June 2006 04:36 PM

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Sorry about your dad Dave,my thoughts are with you mate.

Paul Barker 7th June 2006 06:21 PM

Re: Newbie guide to SE Vs PP
 
Philip Morgan Jones simplifies it for you the real maths is much harder.

Tube audio design Bruce Rosenblit touches on the maths.

Martin213 7th June 2006 06:32 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul Barker
Philip Morgan Jones simplifies it for you the real maths is much harder.

Tube audio design Bruce Rosenblit touches on the maths.

Yes Paul,BR's books are certainly informative,i have them both :D

But like any genius designer,he has to follow his beliefs.........;)

espidog 11th January 2008 02:45 AM

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A mere 18 months late, he chips in to say...

I'm a Bass player too!

For those who might be interested, here's the rig:

3 basses (Rick 4003 / Mania VT4-BS / Dean Stylist), run in 2-channel via a pair of rackount pre-amps (Peavey TB Raxx / Mindprint EnVoice), into a Trace Elliot VA350 (power amp only - no GP11 front end) which I renovated from a defunct spares-or-repair project. 350 Watts from 6 x 6550s. This feeds a pair of Bill Fitzmaurice Omni 10.5 Crossfire cabs loaded with eminence Beta 10a drivers.

All of which looks like this:
http://www.steamingaudio.myzen.co.uk...ass/newrig.jpg

Right. That's it. I'll shut up, now. Back to the HiFi stuff... ;)


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