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I think that should work! Nice. If you use it, please let us know -- I'll rewire mine. Only question I have is whether it's okay to take the LED (-) directly to chassis ground rather than back to the PS ground.
Put them together and doing some listening now. I have light pipes in the front panel for now but will find the right LED/resistor combo using the unregulated output voltage (21v +/-) later, has anyone done this already?
Nice Pete!A 24K resistor will allow just under 1mA for the LED with a 21V supply. For me that is about the right brightness level for the evil blue LED's. I say this after tinkering with a blue LED and a 21V supply for a guys amps less than a half hour ago.
Thanks Mike, will get some.
I'll mail you a couple on Tuesday, shoot me your address. Or, I am going to Jerry's tomorrow, I could drop you a couple off. Email me. Mike
Nice looking amps Pete. How are they sounding?
Where can we get the blue led lights from?
I bet it will blow your mind. You know how much better the Spectrons are bridged.......it will be the same.
That's essentially my opinion also, Ric. Bridged should reduce noise (read: non-signal additives, artifacts, perturbations ...) in its push-pull operation.
The noise is already so slight that I can't help but wonder how any real improvement will be audible.
Pretty standard simple build here - sounds good though Dont squirm at the long signal cable length, I'm keeping it this way until I'm satisfied with the look & sound.AJ
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