WIDTYE (What I Did This Yearend)

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    3DSonics away working hard on "it"

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    Folks,

    Over the YE I finally found the time to finish up the pair of Monoblock 300B Amps that where supposed to be finished much earlier.

    Here a quick look:

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    They are basically classic "abridged" WE 91B types with just one or two unique twists.

    I have discussed the design and other details over at AA, here:

    Oh no - YAWE91B300BA (Yet Another WE 91B 300B Amplifier)

    Ciao T
     
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    Looks good Thorsten. What are those wooden discs that look like Chinese gambling chips?

    Michael.
     
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    Sir Galahad Harmonia Mundi

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    Very nice looking. Reminds me of my first ham radio transmitter back in the sixties ...
     
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    3DSonics away working hard on "it"

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    Hi,

    They are what they look like, with the addition of a secret ingredience, which makes them DIY "Shim Mick" disks, for descriptions of what they do, read up on "Shun Mook". Same principle, but basically 10 quid for a large box full, instead of 50 quid each for the originals

    Ciao T
     
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    I see. You reckon these things "work" then or are they just there to look good?

    Michael.
     
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    3DSonics away working hard on "it"

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    hi,

    Yes, they "work".

    Ciao T
     
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