S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by CoffeeTones » Mon Nov 18, 2019 4:52 pm

I thought that might be the case. I do that as well. The amp can be changed drastically that way :thumbsup:

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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by novosibir » Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:26 pm

CoffeeTones wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 4:52 pm
The amp can be changed drastically that way thumbsup:
Most people, even reputable technicans think, that the current is flowing only inside the wires, cables and components.
But simply a i.e. due to bad lead dress oscillating amp is the proof, that there must be ~something~ more, but outside the wires, cables & components, what's influencing some sensitive circuit spots or areas.

If you aren't dumb and attentive, then you go step by step further, first by trial&error in your personal R&D, then later with your experience, which becomes bigger and bigger with time...

... and finally you KNOW, what happens, if you place this filter R next to this or to the other plate or cathode R on the bord, or better not - and you know before what will happen, if you'd run this grid or cathode wire close or far off this or the other plate wire, aso. aso. aso. 8)

I've had a lot of trial&error in my beginning in the late 80' with lost nights, blood, sweat & tears, believe me :D
About from 1992 onward I've had so much experience, that I knew thing, which even today aren't written in any book available
The fault almost always is sitting in front of the amp :wink:

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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by CoffeeTones » Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:04 am

novosibir wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:26 pm
I've had so much experience, that I knew thing, which even today aren't written in any book available
And many people who have not experienced this effect will say it is nonsense or phsyco-acoustics. To them I have said "I wish you were here in front of me while I change a few component positions, with no changed parts or values, so I can see your face when you hear the new sound" :shock:

This for me is the reason the world has great sounding, stock JCM 800 amps, mediocre JCM 800 and bad sounding JCM 800 amps, built with mostly the same parts. In some cases the factory builder accidentally got it right. This is only one example.

It is so effective, that an amp can be made tight, loose, bouncy, sterile, having much sustain, having little sustain, having too much bass, having harsh treble, feeling terrible under the fingers and feeling great under the fingers. All without new parts or new solder joints. Like you said, it takes a lot of time under the hood to know how to use this method once you realize what is happening, why it happens and where it happens.
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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by novosibir » Wed Nov 20, 2019 6:44 am

CoffeeTones wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:04 am
This for me is the reason the world has great sounding, stock JCM 800 amps, mediocre JCM 800 and bad sounding JCM 800 amps, built with mostly the same parts.
Exactly :thumbsup:
You're obviously one of them, who got it and you're one of them, who can turn a medicore to bad sounding JCM800 to a great sounding amp. 8)
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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by bmwfreq » Wed Nov 20, 2019 4:18 pm

Would the term "FLUX" relate to some degree to this discussion??

And I honestly don't know, that's why I'm asking.
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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by novosibir » Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:23 pm

bmwfreq wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 4:18 pm
Would the term "FLUX" relate to some degree to this discussion??
Marty McFly or the Professor should know more about this :mrgreen:
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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by Unique » Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:08 am

novosibir wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:23 pm
bmwfreq wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 4:18 pm
Would the term "FLUX" relate to some degree to this discussion??
Marty McFly or the Professor should know more about this :mrgreen:
That's too funny! I knew when I saw the word "FLUX" it was coming.

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