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nimrod
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Reply #15 - 01/23/13 at 19:20:02
 
Fake center tap did the trick.  No audible hum anymore.  Only problem left is to figure out why the volume pot is not attenuating.
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Reply #16 - 01/24/13 at 21:55:43
 
Forgot to wire the pot grounds to chassis.  Attenuation is fine now.  Sound quantity and quality are so good I'm not in that much of a hurry to get the high efficiency speakers.

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Reply #17 - 01/24/13 at 22:10:18
 
Congratulations!  Which Polk Audio speakers are you driving?  Of course, pictures will soon follow  ;).

Mike
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Reply #18 - 02/01/13 at 21:39:08
 
The speakers are Polk R-1.  I'm thinking I might try the Madisound speaker kit sometime soon.  And attached are pics of the build in its still unpainted glory.

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Reply #19 - 02/01/13 at 21:40:47
 
And here is "side B".

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Reply #20 - 02/02/13 at 14:39:29
 
Very Nice!  Glad the title of your thread no longer applies.  

A single driver kit would be match made in heaven.

Mike

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Reply #21 - 02/02/13 at 16:38:47
 
Very nice job.
I'm still working on my case.
Hoping to but it all together next weekend.
Real
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