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  1. It's just insane to see how many iterations of alternative batteries you and Kerry produced!
  2. Thank you for your time Michael. This GB is hot!
  3. I would like to revise my position as follows : 2 main boards 2 LV78 and 2 LV79 2 HV partially asembled 2 bare HV Thanks!
  4. I confirm my interest, assembled boards or not.
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    Pretty damn right. And listen to Philippe Dufour's opinion on how dull and disconnected to the legacy are the actual manufacturers.
  6. Olafur is very good indeed. If you don't know, you can try his German friend, Nils Frahm (for example album Felt). To be listened to relatively loud.
  7. Its force is its footprint with Kerry's mini power supplies. For sure no way to shrink the transformers, but still. Will definitely build one one day.
  8. Briliant! Damn excited by the perspective of those miniature HV supplies. You are never short of wonders Kerry, are you? One day I'll have to study those relay attenuators. The coding (which you provided) and Arduino thing have always seemed too complicated for me ?
  9. As I don't have any running project, It is a 2$ basket with 25$ for fedex, that's why I ask here in the first place.
  10. Gentlemen, Is there anybody here with some Xicon surplus? I'm finally having my batteries reworked, and I'd like 24*820k + 8*390k + 4*62k. Thanks
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    KZ mods

    Quite little for my taste... Did you use a magnifying glass? Glad it went alright.
  12. Do you have a timer setup for that chair-heating "device"? ?
  13. I think that correct interpretation of measurements requires a huge lot of knowledge and experience. Read Nelson Pass description of curves for example... The easy way is probably to over-interprete things.
  14. Don't get fooled by the latest fashion. Buy one, enjoy it, and if it's not enough you can change afterwards. I bet it'll be keeping some money value in the future.
  15. Why don't you get in touch with Birgir? Mjolnir Audio. Not cheap but built for a lifetime, not mentioning the small footprints he delivers...
  16. Proper funding is mandatory for those DIY projects. Not mentioning killing yourselves with fake sand, along with troubleshooting made impossible not knowing who's who. Saving a few ten or hundred bucks is bullsh*t, common, you are going to play those with top dollar headphones, and they are designed to last decades. Quality remains, prices forgets. And some savings are costly.
  17. Soldering in music... sounds like Head-Case panache!
  18. Incredible ! Everything look easy in your kitchen...
  19. Another route would be to identify the critical resistor, and if they are few enough, buy texas components metal foil tailored to your value and tolerance ? May be a plus soundwise too...
  20. At least one full set for me, and depending on cost some more.
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