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I thought they banned those
You're welcome, Vinsanitizer. Keep up the great work!
Correct the title, please.
Dudes, sorry if we're pestering. You don't have to answer our questions, someone else eventually will.
I'll just echo the "grow your own" statement (and keep cats away from them)
No, not that the overall sound is clean, but the preamp section is clean when the power section first begins to breakup is what some are...
That narrative that people get into smoking weed because of peer pressure is horseshit. I'm sure there are exceptions, but most people smoke it...
Alright sir. No further questions. You're free to go.
Yep, doing that. Taking notes.
I also signed up for a course on HAM radios that starts in July. I'm very interested in the subject.
I don't have electronics equipment, just a shitty voltmeter and soldering iron. The tests I've performed were with consoles, DAW emulations,...
I'm no expert by any means. You said earlier that there is preamp distortion involved so I'm trying to understand this.
I hope someday to be able...
I still find that hard to believe. It may be true, but I've never seen proof. I was under the impression that both stages distort.
The short version: 250 ohm higher fidelity (or better response?), but you'll need a headphone amp.
When I was a kid we moved into a very old house in the countryside where there was an old powerline that was touching the wall (no one...
I've been shocked many times. Electric fences, 220V wall sockets, and cap discharges. That didn't scare me away :fingersx:
As a kid I tried to...
The videos I've seen where they show a clean signal and when it begins to distort is having the probes connected to the output speaker jack with a...
I don't have a scope, that's why I ask. And I haven't even biased an amp yet. Still learning...
Don't want to poke around inside an amp just yet.
Is this an assumption or is it something that can be verified objectively, like with a scope?