|[AMRadio] Audiophiles are sure suckers|
wb2cau at gmail.com
Sun Dec 29 14:12:19 EST 2013
I checked out the amp. Sorry, I don't see how you can condemn the solder
connections. I can't see it that clearly, and what I can see doesn't look
so bad. Granted, if he dressed the wires at 90 degree angles it probably
would've looked neater, but I've seen many home built projects from hams
look worse. I've even seen commercially built equipment look worse. I see
one wire nut and it's probably for the line cord which is not so bad. Bear
in mind that his amplifier doesn't have to conform to Navy standards.
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On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 11:56 AM, CL in NC <mjcal77 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I peruse ebay looking for electronic odds and ends, i.e. junk, that will
> ship cheaply. Reading the description of some things is better than the
> funny papers most times. This item on epay -271353735459 is a HI-FI audio
> amp with glowing description of it's builder. Look at the under chassis
> view. A lot of poor soldering, components soldered to wires to reach where
> ever, a wire nut connection, and a big no-no I learned in my Navy soldering
> class 42 years ago, putting wires on top of components on terminal boards.
> It can all be yours for 600 bucks.
> Charlie W4MEC in NC
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