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  1. #41
    Join Date: Feb 2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgarrish View Post
    Cheers Ben. One correction, The valve amps aren't Radfords, they were built by my father in law.

    A few photos don't show for me

    Thanks for the comments. Had a great day ourselves.
    You're welcome any time
    Sorry Paul, my mistake. Wow Kudos to your father in law then, what sort of amps are they?

    I think the photo issue is photobucket related, its been really slow uploading stuff to it but I can see them all on my PC

    Thanks for the offer of a return visit, id be very pleased to return the favour if you ever found yourself Liverpool way.............its just a shame ive only room for a few people or id try a bakeoff of my own.
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    Join Date: Mar 2011

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    The amps are the Mullard 5-20 circuit. Some decent iron in there and a couple of foo Mullard valves, all running at a slightly detuned 350V to give about 18wpc

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgarrish View Post
    The amps are the Mullard 5-20 circuit. Some decent iron in there and a couple of foo Mullard valves, all running at a slightly detuned 350V to give about 18wpc
    Amazing what those 18 watts were doing!
    SL1210
    Jelco SA-750 & AT150 MLX,
    Firebottle phono stage,
    Jungson JA-88 amp,
    JBL L40 Speakers.
    M2tech Young dac .

  4. #44
    Join Date: Mar 2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoidburg View Post
    Amazing what those 18 watts were doing!
    We didn't fire up the HH. That's 180wpc solid state.... but there's a reason the valves were on all day

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    It was a really good day Paul, so much so I've gone and bought a planar 3, gonna spend some cash on it, putting an RB202 arm on it and then some other mods, once I'm done it would be good to see how it sounds against your stock planar


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
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  6. #46
    Join Date: Mar 2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jac Hawk View Post
    It was a really good day Paul, so much so I've gone and bought a planar 3, gonna spend some cash on it, putting an RB202 arm on it and then some other mods, once I'm done it would be good to see how it sounds against your stock planar
    Sounds good. Mines a basic planar 2 with super bias cart. I'm not even sure what arm it is, it came fitted...

    I think it's time for a new belt tho - that one is 20 years old

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