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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Graham Slee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Jul 2008 at 5:18pm
Pssst!

Wanna PSU1 power supply in kit form?

See my thread PSU1 Constructors Series Kit for further details...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote leo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Aug 2008 at 1:42am
Originally posted by Graham Slee Graham Slee wrote:

It's nearly burned-in again...

But I'm not sure which amp this thread is now referring to? ConfusedSmile
 
 
 
 
 

I think things have moved on a bit since the one I built ehWink
Saying that though it sounds damn fine!   not bad for a pile of bits soldered together making a funky looking scultureLOL
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Leo, are you up for being on the beta testers list?

Or do you want to test it like I heard you test other amps? Wink
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How are the kits coming along Graham?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mrarroyo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Feb 2009 at 12:36am
Good question Mike, inquiring minds want to know! Wink
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i have just discovered the world of graham slee and i'm excited by the diy kits!

i have just upgraded to an era gold v phono pre amp (intro version) and would like to know more about the kits....

the diy power supply, is that similar to the psu1? when will this kit be available and at what price?

how technical/skilled do you need to be? i have little experience in the world of electronics and my soldering skills are limited! the most soldering i have done is soldering jack and xlr plugs...

i'm also interested in the kit version of the novo headphone amp...

p.s apologies if this has been mentioned elsewhere, it's my first post...
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Hi Mike, Miguel and new member Alexis,

I think Mike noticed things were getting a bit "long-winded" around here some time ago Embarrassed

Is it because I keep "pushing the boundaries"? Or is it my age! Pinch

Actually I think I may have been in auto-pilot mode and now I realise that in a way I'm pushing something away other than what is commonly considered boundaries - it's the component supply industry - see my blog-article The Fast Flowing Sands of Time. Remember old ECQB? Only saw "him" the other day! Dead? And it happened so quick! (the ECQB is a range of capacitors well-loved by some enthusiasts, made by Panasonic, but not anymore)

What do I mean "Auto-Pilot Mode"? Well, when I decided to get into vinyl gear commercially, it had all but disappeared, and now quite a few audio-quality components are heading that way too.

That partially explains the pregnant pause in the kits (trying to ensure [a degree at least] consistency of supply), the other reason's been lack of that good old commodity - precious time - due to working on existing gear each time we discover a component in short supply.

But, the good news is! This week the kits are being kitted-up!

There is the one final test that will hopefully answer Alexis's question, can my 9 year old son build a Novo? He's never handled a soldering iron before, but he has got me so I guess that's an unfair advantage, but a 9 year old will be taking the first kit for a test drive, and hopefully we'll find out any bugs and fix them this week.
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