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  1. G600

    CCS mod for 006t (t1 Variant )

    Why don't you just buy the thick ceramic pad and a PEEK screw ? No insulation tester, no fried sand and no risk of being transformed in charcoal.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    You could extend soldering pleasure by making your own volume control instead of RK50. For example a Seiden 32025 with the matching set of resistor for 10K http://www.goldpt.com/r_series.html You could make 3 for the K50's price.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    A lot of fun indeed. Just go slow and double check everything.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Yours is safe. But just take a careful look before starting populating the Beast.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Sometimes I hear some random cracks. They come and go, and at some point the channel goes south. Voltages are off, with something like 40 V between the two right batteries, and a very large offset at ouput. It could be cured instantaneously by putting a Voltmeter between battery testpoint and +500V supply entry. Tried to adjust the batteries in many ways, but it comes back anyway. I have also uprated the compensation cap to 15 pF. The amp runs cooler afterwards, but the problems is still happening.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    I'm pretty sure I have the same problem too. No devices to test it. But as far as I remember in this topic, it is always the right channel that causes trouble. Mine too. There must be something in the layout, no clue till now.
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    grounded grid

    How much should we bias the EL34 ? Is it 20 mA like the Carbon, or more 25 mA, like the many designs with EL34 ? Or personal taste ?
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    Exploding headphones

    Was it a Dynahi-powered BeatsĀ© ?
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    Cavalli Audio Liquid Carbon

    Interesting reading. If a black thing looks & tastes like shit, how could that be carbon ?
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    grounded grid

    GRLV @+-15V GRHV @ +459 and +464V Waiting for a few more passive before starting to wire the Thing.
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    grounded grid

    140*70 cm, 5 Kg roughly And not Sumr, but British one-man company with stellar products.
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    grounded grid

    Received the transformer today. Didn't imagine such a big boy. But perfectly built. Changing plans for casing, unless it won't fit. Despite some mistakes and need of adjustment (make the tubes symmetrical for sure), you get the idea :
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