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(1) We could do this simple analysis in dB but it's easier to understand in simple voltage gain. (2. The highest gain triode I know of is the 12AX7. (3) Given the above I doubt there would be many takers for such a preamp. However, there is no doubt that some sound would be present but I would not call it Hi Fi.
Hi.(1) But you now know that I know maybe a bit more than you, & many many many others on tubes. I've already been enjoying my LP music, mainly classicals using my DIYed 1-tube stereo RIAA phonostage for a few years now. That said, it is NOT my job to babysit whoever wants to know about tubes withOUT making an effort to learn it by reading relevant textbooks first like what I had done. Sorry, I don't get paid here for babysitting here, my friend. (2) Your such comment should be addressed to someone who started challanging me with foul language. Every mother's son can swear, & I can swear back at that character, using the F... 4-letter words. BUT I've chosen NOT to as I have at least some "degree of social interaction skills with other human beings".If any AC readers want to learn how I have done it, then show some genuine respect to make a request tome like Ericus Rex & Roger M just did. If I consider one gets enough tube knowledge & passion for quality music, I surely teach him. Otherwise please don't bother to ask. This is MY call, like it or not.See how I answered Ericus Rex & how he replied me with a big "Thanks". That is what I called mutual respect. Unfortunately not many people can be so civil. We have just seen one here, being totally ignorant yet arrogant & BAD mouthed.c-J
Cheap Jack,With each of your posts I'm left shaking my head more and more in disbelief. The only conclusion I can come up with is that you have no idea who Roger Modjeski is or what he's done to further the design of valve circuits. Here are some links so you can get acquainted with him and what's he's accomplished.
Hi.Please be more polite like me to start with a "Hi".This is a public forum of electrical/electronic technolgies. I don't have to know beforehand however a big shot whoever could be.I am talking about design/build of a one-tube one-stage stereo phonostage which I built & have enjoyed using a few years NOW.While I am communicating with Roger M on this project, you or whoever are welcome to comment positively on it. I am listening. BUT, but I don't need to entertain whoever who comes up with anything irrelevant.c-JPS: Please don't challenge me with electrical science unless one's is very prepared as I am an EE, engaged in the electrical engineering industres for decades till now.
...And thank you for your thorough answer to my last query about bias voltage. I'll need to read it a couple more times before I've digested it thoroughly.
Hi.No pain no gain. Why don't you spend some time to read up some tube textbooks to learn tube basics, like bias voltage, as I suggested you to read.Then you don't need to ask basic tube ABC, like tube bias.OR you simply want to stage a show here to promote yrself or whoever here? You're a genuine tube learner or an 'actor' with hidden agenda???????Sorry being so upfront on you.c-J
... one last thing i know EE's and Me's that for the love of things can not figure out why or how a simple upgrade to a better set of speaker wires or power cord can make a difference. nor are they willing to try.seems like they love being stuck in the box.
I had to build them as silver sounds far better than the best copper & no such pure silver cables available in the marketplace.I know why they sound different technically as I am an EE.c-J
If you know technically why silver and copper cables sound different, could you share that explanation with us?
Hi.Plese read my post above. Already explained.c-J
..one last thing i know EE's and Me's that fordifference the love of things can not figure out why or how a simple upgrade to a better set of speaker wires or power cord can make a . nor are they willing to try.seems like they love being stuck in the box.
Well I'm disappointed but not surprised. Your edited post there reveals the well known fact that silver is a better conductor than copper but not how better conductivity confers an audible difference.Keep on trollin'!
and you tell people to read them, but in your earlier messages you say that you don't follow the textbooks as you try to do your own thing (paraphrasing).So why are you contradicting yourself. First you are saying we don't read the handbooks and saying we are uneducated, but yet you clearly state "I am an EE but I don't go by the conventional wisdom laid down by the textbooks as I always think "out of the box" So if this is true, you are also uneducated, because you don't go by the books. How about you read your own writing and see your contradicting yourself before you post.
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