MikeC Sixty-One SRT

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Re: MikeC Sixty-One SRT

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Wowsers, sounds glorious!!
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Re: MikeC Sixty-One SRT

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I am re-reading this thread and noticed I too have downloaded a copy of this circuit of which you posted a small section on page 2:
There are a number of errors on the complete circuit which you obviously fixed. One being that the valve rectifier winding doesn't show the center tap to ground. Don't know how that can be missed.

Anyway, how much does your current circuit still reflect the original?

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Re: MikeC Sixty-One SRT

Post by MikeC »

Very close but reverb different and some errors fixed. VRM & sizzle filter added too. Preamp tubes as per Doug & Pat's.
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