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    Wow, just found this thread, great project Oliver!

    Watching this with interest as it develops.

    Have to say, you've given a lot to this forum, as this testifies
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJo View Post
    Wow, just found this thread, great project Oliver!

    Watching this with interest as it develops.

    Have to say, you given a lot to this forum, as this testifies
    Thanks Johnjo.

    The forum has given back in equal measure mate. There's no way I'd have the system I have now if it weren't for this place.

    There should be some more updates in the coming days but I have a little bit of work on the Krell tondo tomorrow if the new bits arrive!

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    Early package arrived with one set of caps in???? I ordered about 20 bits Hopefully they will arrive later on.

    Some more pics:






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    looking at the pics, i may have got a bit carried away with the Solder

    Might have to take a smidge off lol

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    Kevin

    Too busy enjoying the music....

    European loan coordinator for Graham Slee HiFi system components..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post

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    Didn't get much time yesterday so no soldering. I did stuff the board to see how everything is looking. Noticed the big green caps were a bit too wide for the space they need to go. Fortunately, I have a couple of spacers that should lift them off the board a little. Just enough to clear the resistors it's sitting on.*

    Making a list of minor revisions to the board as I get to anything I'd like to change. It's mainly spacing on the board.*

    Pics of where I'm at.*

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    Are you soldering the parts on the top of the board? Assuming its a double sided board its better sdeted from the bottom, cleaner, better mechanical integrity, easy to fix mistakes. Looking good though.

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    What valves will it use Oliver? Great to see it coming along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sq225917 View Post
    Are you soldering the parts on the top of the board? Assuming its a double sided board its better sdeted from the bottom, cleaner, better mechanical integrity, easy to fix mistakes. Looking good though.
    I have started to solder the top too on the advice if YNWAN(?). I did ask why but no reply.

    I have only don't them from the back side previously. Looks a bit prettier but adding time and using more materials.

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