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I can see iron
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if no one gets it i will post and tell later this evening
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well, I do get a price, right? howbout one of those? you don't need two... riiiight

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i want to start opening things up and snapping photos now
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i want to start opening things up and snapping photos now
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and..... all it takes is a screwdriver - cmon ppl. !
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and..... all it takes is a screwdriver - cmon ppl. !
cmon ppl. !

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dont own it, but took a pic when i demo'd it.
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few more.
Telefunken W695b (well.. best ones i got of the guts i didn't take anymore as it came more apart for some reason)
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orban 642b EQ
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nice switches in the telefunken!
as for the orban, Jim Williams suggested a mod, here on GS, oh just found the thread, and you're in it as well. LOL
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orban 642b EQ
i have been thinking about getting one of those.
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nice switches in the telefunken!
as for the orban, Jim Williams suggested a mod, here on GS, oh just found the thread, and you're in it as well. LOL
is the the thread you are speaking of?
Substitute OPA2134A for 4558P?
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i have been thinking about getting one of those.
i wish i woulda kept it.. for M/S duties. or something.

it was pretty nice.. actually... low headroom.. and ugly distortion if u pushed it too hard... but something about it wasn't so bad... actually it was good for alot of things.
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Sorry for the Crappy Picture but this is a 2 channel Preamp that I just finnished last night.....

I designed and etched the Boards myself and did everything on the Super cheap (Probably cost me less than $10 for the whole unit).....

It sounds great and works great and has a LOT of clean gain.....


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Sorry for the Crappy Picture but this is a 2 channel Preamp that I just finnished last night.....

I designed and etched the Boards myself and did everything on the Super cheap (Probably cost me less than $10 for the whole unit).....

It sounds great and works great and has a LOT of clean gain.....


Cheers
mmm nice.
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no, this one, but that is useful too- more details the better. thanks.
Orban 622B - Impressed!
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Sorry for the Crappy Picture but this is a 2 channel Preamp that I just finnished last night.....

I designed and etched the Boards myself and did everything on the Super cheap (Probably cost me less than $10 for the whole unit).....

It sounds great and works great and has a LOT of clean gain.....


Cheers

We want to hear it!

I still regret the fact that i haven't dont much electrotechnique and DIY when i was younger. Hopefully i still can learn it....... my hands are quite shaky....
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I still regret the fact that i haven't dont much electrotechnique and DIY when i was younger.
me two!
i do a bit of tube stuff but thats it.
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We want to hear it!

I still regret the fact that i haven't dont much electrotechnique and DIY when i was younger. Hopefully i still can learn it....... my hands are quite shaky....

If I get a Chance to record something with it I will post it but I don"t think I will be able to do it much Justice because all of my Mics are really Crappy.....

The sound reminds me of a DMP-3 or maybe a Rane preamp...Very clean and detailed but without any Coloration...... It probably sounds like these Mic preamps because it uses a Simular IC as these Preamps....

It uses a Burr Brown INA217 with a NE5532 on the output as a Unity Gain Ballanceing stage, each Channel also uses Half of a TL072 for the DC Offset controll loop, It has a Regulated +/-15v supply with +48v for the Phantom power (the same PSU that is used in the Green Pre)....

The Chassis and Power transformer was from a old Yahama Compressor, The Face Plate of the Chassis had about 12 Holes in it so I covered them with some Bondo and Spray paint and Cut my own new holes for the XLR Inputs/Outputs.....

I have only been doing DIY for a Year now and I don"t do Kits, I only either design my own curcuits and PCB"s or build curcuits that I find on the Net or in datasheets So i don"t see why you couldn"t do the same no matter how old you are as I am not a spring chicken anymore either , But I"m also not an Old Giezer either.....

This curcuit is actually quite easy, I can post it if you want to try it..You could also probably breadboard it in an afternoon if you wanted it is that easy.....


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brilliant.
guys, me too. I just started reading electronics books, collecting every schematic worthwhile, and repairing and recapping, a bit. Slowly but surely it will come! I must learn this magic!

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I must learn this magic!

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heres an api compressor
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If I get a Chance to record something with it I will post it but I don"t think I will be able to do it much Justice because all of my Mics are really Crappy.....

The sound reminds me of a DMP-3 or maybe a Rane preamp...Very clean and detailed but without any Coloration...... It probably sounds like these Mic preamps because it uses a Simular IC as these Preamps....

It uses a Burr Brown INA217 with a NE5532 on the output as a Unity Gain Ballanceing stage, each Channel also uses Half of a TL072 for the DC Offset controll loop, It has a Regulated +/-15v supply with +48v for the Phantom power (the same PSU that is used in the Green Pre)....

The Chassis and Power transformer was from a old Yahama Compressor, The Face Plate of the Chassis had about 12 Holes in it so I covered them with some Bondo and Spray paint and Cut my own new holes for the XLR Inputs/Outputs.....

I have only been doing DIY for a Year now and I don"t do Kits, I only either design my own curcuits and PCB"s or build curcuits that I find on the Net or in datasheets So i don"t see why you couldn"t do the same no matter how old you are as I am not a spring chicken anymore either , But I"m also not an Old Giezer either.....

This curcuit is actually quite easy, I can post it if you want to try it..You could also probably breadboard it in an afternoon if you wanted it is that easy.....


Cheers
Very cool, thanks!
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