Phono Transfer System Construction Information

Construction information for DIY projects, including the MS Mid Side Matrix, Elliptic Equalizer, Mastering Console, Phono Transfer System, Insert Switcher and the Dual Class-A Amplifier. You can post your baby pictures here.
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Re: Phono Transfer System Construction Information

Post by JR. » Mon Jul 13, 2020 7:56 am

mediatechnology wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 7:50 pm
Last November I got a puppy - a Spaniel/Border Collie mix.
Very high energy dog...
It's been hard for me to build boards to replace what I've sold.
One day last week there were 4 young puppies loose wandering around my neighborhood. They were gone within 24 hours so either their owner collected them again, or they found new homes. They looked cute from a distance, but I didn't let them learn my scent. :lol:

About 6 months ago a young dog, not a puppy but not a mature dog, apparently broke his rope and was running loose. It wasn't a huge dog, looked like a setter but apparently strong as evidenced by the broken rope. I grabbed the frayed end of the rope and held on for dear life. That young dog pulled me around like a rag doll. Before that incident I almost considered getting another dog but that convinced me to let that idea go.

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Re: Phono Transfer System Construction Information

Post by mediatechnology » Tue Dec 22, 2020 3:40 pm

I got asked to make a "minimalist" RIAA EQ/Monitor board that is switchable between flat and RIAA EQ on the Record output.

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