Handwired Clementine/Darling

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Handwired Clementine/Darling

Postby TomMcNally » Sun May 05, 2019 1:48 pm

I build this and shipped it to Singapore. Typical Darling except with a switchable headphone jack with Shannon's 20 ohm attenuator, also an ancient jeweled pilot lamp that has been in my parts drawer for 40+ years. 1626's are about 75 years old and fired right up as usual. I used an Antek toroid power transformer and Edcor outputs, Hammond choke. Try one !

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Re: Handwired Clementine/Darling

Postby katabatic » Tue May 07, 2019 2:27 pm

Beautiful job as always, Tom.
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Re: Handwired Clementine/Darling

Postby IceFyre13th » Thu May 09, 2019 11:23 am

Nice, I have a few of those indicator types from my military days.......hmmm....good idea!!!!
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Re: Handwired Clementine/Darling

Postby TomMcNally » Sun May 19, 2019 8:02 pm

It looks nice, I put a higher voltage bulb in it, a 24 or 28 volt to keep it from being too bright.
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