WHY this page?
This page is meant to offer help for the projects I have developed or reproduced. This begins with the
technical basics and offers detailed instructions for each project until the functioning of a device.
Lots of information
My projects include a treatise on the construction, commissioning and housing construction. There are also updates,
and tips for troubleshooting. New projects are documented during the development phase so that you can be up close and personal.
CD-player tuning / soldering / housing construction
No idea? / wishes?
The Frickler on his way.
She's still ashamed......
The auxiliary staff times are ad acta!
The student assistant in work mode.
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Replica of an Opus Ceramic developed by Tony Gee
Jokingly, he called her "SOUP."
The photo shows the original of the manufacturer Avalon.
Frequency response: unimportant
Replica in side view
Here tweeter and midrange driver from Accuton in side view
The protective basket of the tweeter has been removed in favour of an improved three-dimensionality. Unfortunately this
led to the destruction of the sensitive ceramic membrane of the other box. After replacing the tweeter, I did not remove
Replica in total "beauty"
Unfortunately, my wife disagrees. The beasts are actually quite massive.
Fortunately, so is the sound. I always wonder what kind of bass this relatively small driver produces.
Unfortunately this reproduction is not documented on the current page.
However, the CAD drawings of the two available variants can be downloaded there.
Here are two of these exceptional drivers, which I was able to acquire after years of searching.
In the project part it will come probably soon the building instruction to a new edition of the Replicon.
Here is my advertisement for the Roksan Xerxes 20plus
An inconspicuous piece of high-tech. Rarely have I seen such sophisticated solutions as on this turntable. Mounted is
here's a Tabriz tonearm. Actually his big brother Artemis should be installed on this device.
Here my own device
I also mounted a Tabriz tonearm due to lack of availability.
A picture with mounted Benz Micro Ruby Air III
Again and again I looked at the optically opulent mass drives of Transrotor.
I had already done several tests, but could never decide on a device.
One sun day at the german crime scene "Tatort" it was time again; The victim owned a transrotor and after a close-up.
my wife just noticed with a grin: "You'd like to have one of those, wouldn't you?"
Here with BFly base
This saying actually made me (although I was satisfied) think again about changing to Transrotor.
Again the tests of the devices affordable for me read AND:
Fortunately, there was a reference to an alternative device:
To my Roksan. After I had read the test for my "Persian King" again, there was only one decision:
Actually, the bottleneck on this turntable player.
Since my finances do not allow a new tonearm and there are hardly inexpensive used Artemis, the Tabriz stays with me for a few more days.
A mains filter brand home-made
A friend of mine from the electronics industry gave me some of these line filters for me to build myself. At least the circuit boards and electronics.
I then had to commit the housing myself.
Since I am very sceptical about these sound enhancers (mains filter, ultrapure copper, moonlit silver cable, tinctures for application)
I put the kits well packed in the corner.
An acquaintance whom I gave one of these kits thanked many times and pointed out the positive effect. In fact, I also noticed a noticeable sound improvement.
On one of the project pages you will find further statements.