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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Cheap 'n' nasty subwoofer amplifier
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Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 15:50:31 +1100
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"Al Borowski" wrote in message
> The DSE kit is cheap and availble, yes. It also seemed unnecessarirly
> complicated at the time. It also has a tendancy to oscillate (or so
> I've heard).
** The fix for oscillations (a rare problem) is available for the
With the kit you get a PCB - monkeys can build them and often do.
> > I simply wanted to know the answers to
> > > 3 fairly simple questions.
> > ** You have no idea what "simple " is .
> Mr Woodgate handled them nicely.
** He TOTALLY avoided them.
> > > > > Why do you not post on aus.electronics ??
> > >
> > > Becuase of late nothing interesting has been discussed.
> > ** No, its because you are a known time waster there.
> What?!? For the 4 or so years I've been using usenet I've only ever
> gotten into 2 arguements; the silicon chip mag one and recently the
> top posting one.
** I was't even thinking of that.
BTW You are a total arsehole.
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