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Speaker overload (tweeter) protection using bulbs (repost)

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Eeyore, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    LOL, yes, I must say you're correct in this statement..
    Because, if you are one that dictates current practices, I
    feel sorry for the rest that follows your guide lines! oh
    wait, that can never happen. You just simply spit out crap
    and never give any useful information that can be used in real life
    applications.

    You just go on, boasting your fantasy story's..

    is there anything you haven't done or don't know?

    I know your an old fart and most likely starting to get
    senile.


    http://webpages.charter.net/jamie_5"
     
  2. liquidator

    liquidator Guest


    It's not against the law to fart in an elevator- just because you CAN do
    something is it a good idea?

    % out of 5 of your last crossposts have started arguments.

    It appears to matter not to you. one can only assume you enjoy the
    arguments.

    Graham, you know I don't have anything against you. But what happens when
    there is a disagreement between people in two different groups is that
    persons friends join in, often they don't even understand the discussion,
    they are just PO'd somebody is dissing their friiend...such arguments can't
    be one by anybody, and anybody who posts more than 3 times to them has way
    too much time on their hands. But Usenet is full of people with too much
    time on their hands. And too little knowledge.
     
  3. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    Thank you very much, and don't worry, my kill file is full of idiots
    like you.

    P.S.
    No one person is over anyone else. Just remember, every one
    can be replaced with better than what you think you are.

    http://webpages.charter.net/jamie_5"
     
  4. liquidator

    liquidator Guest



    Voltage and resistance practice too.As well as theory.

    Since you insist on groaner puns....

    Ghandi of cousre, was an Indian holy man. What is not know as much is he had
    to walk everywhere, consequently building up heavy callouses on his feet.

    Due to poor diet, he suffered constant ill health and bad breath.

    He was a super calloused fragile mystic vexed by halitosis.

    I hope that settles the matter.
     
  5. liquidator

    liquidator Guest

    You are spot on with that condition...but I assumed that we would be talking
    about "current" amps.

    I wouldn't be using any of those old amps on the job.
     
  6. liquidator

    liquidator Guest

  7. liquidator

    liquidator Guest

    Ignorance is bliss and you are happy the way you are.

    Simply, you are just plain wrong. You seem to be interested in making
    yourself look worse and worse, go on about it with somebody else please.

    You've sufficiently proven it to me.

    Clipping isn't DC, obvious you never studied engineering. Or physics. Or
    much else, it looks like.

    Bye. No more time for you. Got real things to do.
     
  8. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Answer the bloody question IDIOT !

    What is a "saturated amplifier" ? You can't even use the right words.

    Graham
     
  9. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    IGNORANT PRICK
     
  10. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    You should add yourself !
     
  11. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Me neither. I wonder if that was part of the reason for the Flame Linear
    monicker, or was it just inadequate heatsinking ?

    Graham
     
  12. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Indeed. India Pale Ale. It was indeed exported from Britain to India in the
    days of the Raj and to be able to wiststand the long sea voyages had to contain
    a fair percentage of alcohol to prevent it going off. The length of journey
    also allowed it to mature nicely.

    Graham
     
  13. liquidator

    liquidator Guest

    I think you could check "all of the above"

    It was designed to be light and cheap...remember, it was a home stereo
    amp...it just found favor in pro use, it was never meant to be pro...
     
  14. liquidator

    liquidator Guest

    Perhaps Jamie should go on a long journey...
     
  15. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

  16. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    I proved my point..

    You smuck. It's time to relinquish the community
    PC and let the next guest in that ward, have their turn.

    You may want to look in the hall before sneaking back
    to your room. I'm sure they are looking for you.

    http://webpages.charter.net/jamie_5"
     
  17. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "George's Pro Sound Company"
    "Jamie"


    ** "Jamie" is actually one Maynard A. Philbrook.

    Maynard is a another fuckwit radio ham, call sign: KA1LPA

    Maynard makes his living as a code scribbler, he is no electronics tech.

    Maynard is mentally defective as hell.



    ...... Phil
     
  18. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    I remember know. You'd get a charge pump effect.

    Still saw enough of them in amp racks. Usually with a pair of Boxer fans
    blowing on the heatsinks.

    Studiomaster's original 800B was a modified, increased power and ruggedised
    version of the PL700 with the Boxer fans built in ! And before George jumps
    down my throat for copying it, it was well before my time there.

    Graham
     
  19. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Good advice !

    Graham
     
  20. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    You have proved NOTHING and STILL failed to answer the question posed of you several
    times now and not once addressed..

    Graham
     
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