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    The Sony is still a nice piece with lots of...

    The Sony is still a nice piece with lots of detail and easy to work on. The loader belt is always the problem along with a wore out laser will set you back a total of 40 bucks (if you do the work)....
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    Need Help Look's like you question about the Mills...

    Look's like you question about the Mills resistors got lost in the fuse discussion. Call Elliot at Sonicraft they stock Mills and may have the value in stock. They are NOT purchasing the newer...
  3. Thread: Blue sparks

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    Not surprising, that rectifier can end it's life...

    Not surprising, that rectifier can end it's life in a tragic display of electrons flying. NOS tubs can be great but the unknown factor is how they were handled all those years, I have also seen them...
  4. Tin plated OFC copper? (TIN) Really? Not my...

    Tin plated OFC copper? (TIN) Really? Not my number choice but if that's your choice so be it. Straight high purity 99.xx+ copper either plated with silver or plane is what I find meets any decimating...
  5. We use a lot of DH Labs T-14 cable and find it...

    We use a lot of DH Labs T-14 cable and find it outstand in resolution and detail. Might be less expensive alterative to others. http://www.silversonic.com/docs/products/T14.html
  6. post a schematic of the amp.

    post a schematic of the amp.
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    That's about the best presentation of the Duelund...

    That's about the best presentation of the Duelund Products I've seen. Too bad there are not a lot of 1%'ers out there that can afford such extravagant parts. Thankfully Jeff (SoniCraft) is still...
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    Wow, Westmassguy hit it on the head, just must...

    Wow, Westmassguy hit it on the head, just must type faster than me, sucks getting old.
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    I believe were just having a problem with your...

    I believe were just having a problem with your broken English. No disrespect intended but it would be better to type out you responses on MS word then cut and past. We have a disability not...
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    Need Help That should be a easy fix. That transport uses a...

    That should be a easy fix. That transport uses a very common Sony KSS-213C. They are inexpensive and very easy to replace. B&D enterprises should have them in stock, ask for Bud. Try to avoid...
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    OP, please disregard the second post, this post ...

    OP, please disregard the second post, this post was a quote from "one of those Nut's" that can either afford quality caps of is vastly ignorant on the subject or possibly tone deaf. I believe F1...
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    11TSteve:mabey there should be a warning on all...

    11TSteve:mabey there should be a warning on all forums "beware of false hope for early cap break-in". I see you have a B&K 200.2. Very nice amp and as rare as my DFA-1000/PM-95. I have had the...
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    Apples and oranges are all fruit but not the same...

    Apples and oranges are all fruit but not the same either. It never seems to end the "how to break in film caps" or Lytic's. This always turns out to be a debate as to "there must be a better way"....
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    I believe that article was concerning polyester...

    I believe that article was concerning polyester film caps, not polypropylene.film.
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    Need Help "Purist use tube amp for tweeters and solid-state...

    "Purist use tube amp for tweeters and solid-state amp for woofers." That's why you see a lot of using MOSFET's for the top and BJT amp's for the bottom. I restored a set of Luxman Mono tube amps a...
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    Need Help I have the 1.2's that are full TL's now. I run a...

    I have the 1.2's that are full TL's now. I run a Parasound 2200 on the bottom end and a Phillips DFA1000 (rebadged Marantz PM-95) on the top. The DFA has Lateral MOSFET's and is just magic for the...
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    Haphazardly adjusting the BIAS on the 3500 will...

    Haphazardly adjusting the BIAS on the 3500 will eventually in not sooner bring real trouble. The are special requirement for the setting of the BIAS in this amp that need to be followed.

    The...
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    As a trainer and breeder I use the Royal. I have...

    As a trainer and breeder I use the Royal. I have had the others mentioned in the past but no other has cleaned as well or help up as well as the Royal. The next best thing would be a commercial unit...
  19. Need Help I know spec's sometimes don't tell the whole...

    I know spec's sometimes don't tell the whole story but in the case of the first 555 it never broke any audiophile records. Don't get me wrong, I belive the 555 is a solid amp big bank for the buck....
  20. Need Help This is the major problems with fourms, thre...

    This is the major problems with fourms, thre always some one that want's to ague facts. You can't change a apple into a orange. I have never heard Nelson say the 555 was better the the MKII. He had...
  21. Need Help The first version of the 555 is not the same as...

    The first version of the 555 is not the same as the 555MKII. The MKII uses a op-amp and to maintain offset. The bigest problem with the MKII along with the GFA-565 are the lytic caps on the input...
  22. Need Help Yes, the differential pair used 2SC2240...

    Yes, the differential pair used 2SC2240 (Toshiba). You can find originals at B&D enterprises. You'll have to match them very close but even then it's a PITA a perfect match and it will take a batch...
  23. Thread: NAD 2600a

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    The NAD is a fine amp. I have restored a few of...

    The NAD is a fine amp. I have restored a few of them over the years. You must be very carful working on this amp as with any high current device. This amp uses two different voltage caps in the P/S,...
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    Need Help Very seldom can you find schematics for plate...

    Very seldom can you find schematics for plate amps. The vendors will NOT hand them out to end users but only to authorized repair shops. You would have to do component level trouble-shooting to find...
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    Need Help The brown goo is nothing to be concerned about....

    The brown goo is nothing to be concerned about. It's used to keep the parts from vibrating loose. Unless your very handy with electronics and know how to work on plate amps your going to have to take...
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