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Lorlin Plastic Switches

I really do not like using metal switches for HiFi. Electric currents (including small signals) produce magnetic fields in surrounding metalwork. Even aluminium produces some bizzare effects when a magnetic field is introduced to it – look into this on … Continue reading

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Amp Unit Panel Layout

Now the internal topography of the amp unit is fixed (for now?) the positions of the controls and connections have been fixed. The following diagram shows them. Far left is the mains/power knob. On the right, the smaller top one … Continue reading

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Front Panel Layout V2

It is very important to me to keep left and right channels symmetrical and with signal wires as short as possible. For this reason both the input selector switch and volume control need to be centrally aligned, this solving both … Continue reading

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Control Switch Saga

I’ve just noticed that having straightened up the alignment of the Volume and Input Selector knobs, the Input Selector’s connection rod will now run right through the middle of the Amp Board connector. So that’s why I had it over … Continue reading

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