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RE: Interesting . . . and Confusing - Some History

Posted by deathtube 667 on May 10, 2021 at 09:11:13:

"The fact that the amp was built using some of Rev. Lo Mu's ideas is a red herring and, predictably, has gotten everyone's panties in a bunch."

I recall DF commenting that if a builder tried to copy his SE 2A3 circuit and didn't execute an exact copy per schematic, layout, wiring and BOM, then it was not his design.

The same would apply to JDM.

There is only speculation regarding the inner workings of the MLP design team.

Few will ever know the reality of their circuits.

DT 667