|[AMRadio] Audiophiles are sure suckers|
rbethman at comcast.net
Sun Dec 29 14:39:08 EST 2013
Let's just say that we have different views and standards. That would
be a normal thing for this list and its members. I wouldn't expect
anything less, nor anything different.
Many members of the list either are current professionals or have been.
Putting aside some of the things that many of us *have* seen that wasn't
done well, this starts to get there. The wire nut is simply put, bad
practice under a chassis.
It isn't like another terminal would have over done things.
How about crossed components on a terminal board? Not exactly great for
resistors, and not what I'd take for "NEW" manufacture standard.
YMMV, and it is only my $0.02 worth. I'd certainly not do that level of
work, nor allow anyone that has worked for me in electronics repair get
Bob - N0DGN
On 12/29/2013 2:12 PM, Eric Nelson wrote:
> 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.
> Sent from my desktop PC
> 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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