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Posted on January 31, 2016 at 12:26:51
petercapo
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This forum has some of the best, and most easily searchable, Dynaco-related archives on the web. A shame for it to go dormant - much worse if it ever goes away entirely, which I really hope never, ever happens.

 

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RE: The sound of crickets around here..., posted on January 31, 2016 at 18:33:18
xaudiomanx
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Not much going on in the DIY on any site. Dynaco is what it is and there is only so many times you can reinvent the wheel.

 

RE: The sound of crickets around here..., posted on January 31, 2016 at 18:51:01
petercapo
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Beg to differ, as I see plenty of activity in two other DIY forums I frequent and I'm sure there is even more elsewhere.

The Dynaco originals and their various offshoots remain very popular.

This forum was once a hub of activity and there is a wealth of valuable information in its archives. Hope the archives will stay here forever.

 

RE: "which I really hope never, ever happens.", posted on January 31, 2016 at 18:58:51
1973shovel
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I hope not, as well. There's a treasure trove of Dynaco information buried in the archives.

I've been copying and pasting what I think I might need into Word documents over the years, just in case.

For example, this is the only site I've found which explains why some of the pF caps on a MK-III board need to be rated at the 1000 V Dynaco used.

Everyone else says something like, "You could probably get away with..."

Joe, thanks for keeping the doors open, and Bill Thomas, RIP.




 

RE: "which I really hope never, ever happens.", posted on January 31, 2016 at 19:07:39
petercapo
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Man, you can say that again! I couldn't have said it better. Yes, Joe, please keep it open and, indeed, Bill Thomas rest in peace.

 

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