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Jäger Speaker / Re: Bi-Wiring The Jagers
« Last post by Doc B. on December 02, 2021, 01:43:07 PM »
If you have enough cables give it a shot. I would not think there would be much difference unless you used different types of cable for tweeter and woofers. The main intention of the separate posts for tweeter and woofers is biamping.
Jäger Speaker / Bi-Wiring The Jagers
« Last post by Roamconstant on December 02, 2021, 12:52:22 PM »
Just got my Jagers back from being sprayed and have started the break-in.  So good so far.

I'm using a single-wire set up now: speaker wire from power amp to the Tweeter-In terminals on the crossover.  The Tweeter-In and Woofer-In terminals are bridged together, and the W-out and T-Out are connected up to the drivers via the back of the speaker. 

What does bi-wiring look like?  As I understand it, I'll need to remove the bridge from W-In to T-In, and run a total of four cables from each channel on the amp: two to each W-In and T-In.   

Something like that?  Worth my time to play with?

FWIW I'm running a Kaiju with BeePree2 and an Eros Phono. 
Music / Re: Eric Burdon
« Last post by Thermioniclife on December 02, 2021, 05:34:24 AM »
Hey Karl, My first concert was BOC at the Nassau colosseum in 1978, we got there late and missed the opening act.
I went to quite a few concerts in the day and that BOC show was the loudest concert of them all. The highlight was the extended drum solo in Godzilla where the drummer wore a huge Godzilla head. Ahhh those were the days, loud music, unregulated lasers and the second hand smoke high because 50% of the audience was smoking weed. Not that we would ever contribute to that.
Nice call seeing BOC with Eric Burdon. About 15 years ago I saw Soft White Underbelly ( BOC when they played locally ) with
Ray Manzarek on keyboards. It was in a dinner club in Huntington Long Island. Budweiser cans $3 Heineken cans $3 guess what we drank?
Music / Re: Eric Burdon
« Last post by Karl5150 on December 02, 2021, 05:07:58 AM »
Damn, it must have been '73, I do remember I was in 8th grade. The '70s were a blur - I started young, HaHaHa.
Crack / Re: Volume independent noise on right channel
« Last post by dima424658 on December 02, 2021, 04:12:27 AM »
I listened to my crack in an audio store with high-end wires and there is no noise at all, deadly silence ;D. So Ill think towards suppressing noise in my system
Music / Re: Eric Burdon
« Last post by Karl5150 on December 02, 2021, 03:53:25 AM »
The first rock concert I attended was Blue Oyster Cult at the Long Beach Arena in 1974.
The opening act?
The Eric Burdon Band.
BeePre / Re: Beepre2 filament voltage 0 vdc help
« Last post by Kurthaudio on December 01, 2021, 03:17:49 AM »
I soldered the wires into place and ran them to the solder tabs next to each tube socket. Took another voltage check…….6.3vdc on the money?.?.?.  This eyelets must have been damaged and putting the wire through made a better connection? Whatever the case the problem seems to have salved itself.

Thanks Paul, without your advice I would of most likely replaced those regulators and still had the same problem. 
Moreplay / Re: Copper Chassis
« Last post by Karl5150 on December 01, 2021, 02:39:51 AM »
Wow, I don't know how I missed this before. Very nice build. I've had custom panels made before but never attempted to fabricate one myself. Congrats on the vision and the execution.
BeePre / Re: Beepre2 filament voltage 0 vdc help
« Last post by Paul Birkeland on November 30, 2021, 12:18:40 PM »
Yes, can you post some photos of the soldering on the bottom of the PC  board?
BeePre / Re: Beepre2 filament voltage 0 vdc help
« Last post by Kurthaudio on November 30, 2021, 10:51:18 AM »
Ok, so any ideas what to do about 8 vdc instead of 6.3? Or should I just leave it and move on?
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