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johnrotten last won the day on August 28 2013

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About johnrotten

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  1. You might need a high fps rate to see cones moving and meters bouncing accurately.
  2. I can already tell that you'll fit right in. Welcome aboard!
  3. Turbo might appreciate this. My 1972 LeMans Sport currently on the back burner.
  4. I only realized the fan was in tornado when the song ended! Amp was still playing fine! That was late Tuesday night when I had the place all to myself and decided to test a new configuration. The sub is an old Polk with a blown plate amp. I bypassed the plate using a 6.5mH coil and 200uF cap from my car stereo days. Bridged the PM-1201 to run it, along with a TFM-45 pushing a pair of CV's. It was spectacular!
  5. I tried to kill a Carver recently. Running at the point of clipping while bridged mono into a 4 ohm -12" passive subwoofer, until the fan went into tornado mode after 2 hours.
  6. Welcome aboard! I have been playing with a raspberry pi (similar to Ardiuno) for a while now.
  7. Uneven decay of the power supply is a known cause of turn off thumps and squeals. Has your 1.5 ever been recapped? The CT-7 looks just as bad as the CT-17. I would open it up and inspect the PS board for obvious signs of failure. There are multiple boards associated with tuner and display. I had a problem in a CT-17 that was similar. Check diodes.
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