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  1. #1
    Join Date: Feb 2010

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    I'm Tom.

    Default Wanted: Pass B1

    Yes I know I know .. I've bought and sold three or four of these over the years but I'm looking for another one.

    Far beyond my meagre capabilities to build one, sadly.

    Anyone got one lying around unused?
    Speakers - 'RFC' Tannoy Canterburys with custom crossovers; Amp - Radford STA100; Preamp - EAR 912; Vinyl: Thorens TD124 MkII with Ikeda IT345-CR1 and Ortofon 309 Limited tonearms; Cartridges: Miyajima Madake, Zero Mono 0.7 and Premium 1.0 retipped by Ana Mighty Sound with bamboo cantilever, Ortofon SPU Royal N and Shure M3D with Jico stylus; phono stage and SUT from EAR 912; Esoteric Sound Re-Equalizer for equalisation of early mono and 78; Digital: Audio Note CDT2/II transport.

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    Join Date: Apr 2010

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    You and 'Lord Mortlock' both! You may both have owned my old 'Morfaudio' one. Good luck- from a Pass fan.

    (Currently on a battery-powered Stereo Coffee LDR Pre-amp into an F3)
    Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornucopia View Post
    You and 'Lord Mortlock' both! You may both have owned my old 'Morfaudio' one. Good luck- from a Pass fan.

    (Currently on a battery-powered Stereo Coffee LDR Pre-amp into an F3)
    Yes I had that one.

    I don't like having kit lying around unused so I sold it ... stupid of me really.
    Speakers - 'RFC' Tannoy Canterburys with custom crossovers; Amp - Radford STA100; Preamp - EAR 912; Vinyl: Thorens TD124 MkII with Ikeda IT345-CR1 and Ortofon 309 Limited tonearms; Cartridges: Miyajima Madake, Zero Mono 0.7 and Premium 1.0 retipped by Ana Mighty Sound with bamboo cantilever, Ortofon SPU Royal N and Shure M3D with Jico stylus; phono stage and SUT from EAR 912; Esoteric Sound Re-Equalizer for equalisation of early mono and 78; Digital: Audio Note CDT2/II transport.

    'Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib und Gesang der ist ein Narr sein Leben lang.'

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    Join Date: Dec 2010

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    This one look is nice, hot rod and some Gucci components.
    http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/swap-...met-build.html

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    Join Date: Oct 2012

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    I can make you one. Or an Arkless one. Or a Lindsey Hood one. Or a diamond buffer or... lots of other variations. All just buffers

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    Join Date: Jan 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkless Electronics View Post
    I can make you one. Or an Arkless one. Or a Lindsey Hood one. Or a diamond buffer or... lots of other variations. All just buffers
    The circuit of the Pass is very simple. I might build one myself - if I knew what the J-fets were!

    http://www.dms-audio.com/node/19
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    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by diceman View Post
    This one look is nice, hot rod and some Gucci components.
    http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/swap-...met-build.html
    200 seems reasonable, given the build and component quality. Might be too late though as the seller is about to cannibalise it for parts. (As of 7.08.17)
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

    Barry

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    Made contact on that one hope it's still available.
    Speakers - 'RFC' Tannoy Canterburys with custom crossovers; Amp - Radford STA100; Preamp - EAR 912; Vinyl: Thorens TD124 MkII with Ikeda IT345-CR1 and Ortofon 309 Limited tonearms; Cartridges: Miyajima Madake, Zero Mono 0.7 and Premium 1.0 retipped by Ana Mighty Sound with bamboo cantilever, Ortofon SPU Royal N and Shure M3D with Jico stylus; phono stage and SUT from EAR 912; Esoteric Sound Re-Equalizer for equalisation of early mono and 78; Digital: Audio Note CDT2/II transport.

    'Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib und Gesang der ist ein Narr sein Leben lang.'

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    Join Date: Apr 2012

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    I have one, unused, a dc coupled kit variant, can't remember much about it tbh but it is in a tidy case and properly built.

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    Join Date: Oct 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    The circuit of the Pass is very simple. I might build one myself - if I knew what the J-fets were!

    http://www.dms-audio.com/node/19
    Yeah it's just a textbook zero offset FET (assuming matched FETs) buffer and shouldn't really be called a Pass anything.... One will find it in text books from 40 years ago! It uses the unfortunately discontinued 2SK170. A new version is now available from Linear Systems as the LSK170 but at a much higher price than the original. The only issue is that if using it DC coupled then the matching of the FETs is important. FET's are notoriously variable from one to another so if going for excellent matching many FET's will need to be bought and selected into matched pairs. Not too bad if they were 15P but at more like 3 each....

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