Friday, December 26, 2008

Monster Tires For Sale

Eclano Mirabella. Conference studies D. Pasquale Di Fronzo

Eclano Mirabella, the footsteps of the Sacred, Don Pasquale Di Fronzo and the artistic and cultural heritage. Study Congress
Mirabella Eclano
D. Pasquale Di Fronzo
The indefatigable Don Pasquale Di Fronzo, priest and historian attentive to issues Irpinia, every year we have become accustomed to the appointment of its publication, The little encyclopedia of sacred art in Alta Irpinia, now in its nineteenth volume, never ceases to amaze lovers of history, pastoral workers and readers. Since its
Eclano Mirabella, sharp as a mentor, he continues his tireless work of evangelization and culturale.Ogni public and private library has the shelf in his books, consulted and expected by the people.
From his study of his home country, the historian and the priest, "sample Dome", has become like a river that floods all humility and with patient and get to know people's hearts with his writings and strong very thick at the center of the whole man and the Christian-backed Never bend, strong, looking for sources and historical facts and art that speaks to the heart of man and a flood that bursts coma beneficial for the land Irpina.
The Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia, is a mine of information cards and art history from the most important to those children, art becomes a professor of sacred teachings and curiosity all turned to the "real" evangelization and social communication .
Knowing the author as a uonmo who does not like praise but delighted that the people working in the field of culture and promotion, I am honored to be a disciple and friend, and I commend the blog and columns of this newspaper, sincere gratitude of those who knew him and followed in many adventures in the research and protection of our cultural heritage, religious and artistic, which is the product of great sacrifice, but above all an expression of faith of our ancestors.
E 'with pleasure and joy that we all share in the long-time friends Study Congress: In the Footsteps of the Holy, Don Pasquale Di Fronzo and the artistic and cultural heritage that is held in Mirabella Eclano December 27, 2008, the venue is the prestigious Auditorium of the Annunciation.
A whole morning dedicated to the figure of Notre scholar, researcher and priest from the great human and spiritual gifts, its a life committed to service of all, remember the fruitful mission pastor in Rocca San Felice, for over thirty-three, Don Pasquale is the successor to the already rich array of historical and priests as D. Vincenzo Maria Santoli, P. Raymond Guarino, Nicola D. Gambino, to name a few, who have made history and who devote all their energies to the enhancement of our historical and religious land of Irpinia.
is the program that will be divided with the greeting of Mayor Vincenzo Mirabella Eclano Mr. Sirignano.
The introduction is entrusted by prof. Francesco Barra , Professor of History at the University of Salerno, one of the most prolific and careful historians and scholars, the cutting edge of our province.
Prof. Gennaro Passaro, a professor of history at the Collage of the local Church of Religious Science "S. Giuseppe Moscati," Avellino-awaited report " Don Pasquale Di Fronzo, historical activity" .
"Memory, oblivion and place, is the set of Prof. Fausto
Baldassarre, professor of history and philosophy at the high school Colletta el'ISSR" G-Moscati, "Avellino.
Dr. Fabio Testa, art historian, relates to " Sacred Art in Irpinia and Europe . In the second
part is addressed to the poetic dimension and enhancement of cultural heritage. The
Porf.ssa Maria Rosaria Di Rienzo presents: "The poetry taught faith," while Prof. Paolo Saggese , professor of Latin letters and grace at the School of Nusco, gives an overview: " Enhancement of Cultural Heritage: achievements and prospects .
We express our thanks to D. Easter with the hope that it can continue to be present in the world of literature, arts with his attentive presence and valuable contribution to the enhancement of our Earth. The Irpinia
John Orsogna
9:30 am: Greeting from the SindacoIng. Vincent Sirignano
9.45 pm: Introduction: Prof. Franco Barra
10.00 am: " Don Pasquale Di Fronzo, historical activity " Report of Prof. Gennaro Passaro
10.40 am:" Memory and oblivion, a place "Report of Prof. Fausto Baldassarre
11.00: " Sacred Art in Irpinia and Europe " Report of Dr. Fabio Festa
art historian
11.20 pm: Break
11.30: "The Poetry teaches the faith? " Report poet Prof. Maria Rosaria Di Rienzo
Ore 11.50: " Enhancement of Cultural Heritage: Review and Prospects" report by Prof. Paolo Saggese
Books unpublished D. Pasquale Di Fronzo
"Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (volume XXI), "The clergy altirpino" (Part II) "Ilclero Mirabella", "Ecclesiastical History of the parish of S. Maria Maggiore" (the events of 1959-61), "Rhythms" (Volume III), "Some facts historical Mirabella, "" Story of my history "(reflections)," My Autobiography "; ecc.Opere edite1961 -" The Chariot of Mirabella bleat "(historical-folk), pp. 16.1966 - "Margaret of Swabia in the castle of Rocca San Felice" (eleven-syllable poem of 390 dissolved), pp. 16.1971 - A Brief History of the Diocese of Upper Irpinia "(Church History), pp. 52, "The Sanctuaries of Upper Irpinia," 'pp. 23.1974 - "Guardia Lombardi" (Historically), pp. 238.1976-"My garden" (37 poems in free verse), pp. 32, "lìlago of panting, the shrine of St. Felicitas, Rocca San Felice" (guidaturistica), pp. 32.1977-old world in decline "(essay on superstition), pp. 88.1979 - "Rocca San Felice in 1815 (research on local acts), pp. 52.1985 - "Aftermath of the suppression of the convent of the monastery of Guardia Lombardi" (essay documentary), pp. 23.1988 - "Rhythms" (68 poems over forty), pp. 160.1991 - "Encounters" (first volume of four poems), pp. 80.1992 - "The parish church of Santa Maria Maggiore inRocca San Felice (historical profile), pp. 80, "Encounters" (volumesecondo four poems), pp. 96.1993 - "Encounters" (volume third of four poems), pp. 88.1994 - "The clergy altirpino during the second millennium (230profili biographical), pp. 380; "Margaret of Austria in ruined castles, San Felice (570 hendecasyllables loose), pp. 32, "Meetings" (the fourth volume of four poems), pp. 94, "Rhythms" (50 poesienell'arco six years), pp. 104; "Persecution" (apology), pp.64.1995 - "Encounters" (fifth volume of four poems), pp.96, "Epigrams" (200), pp. 48.1997 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (first volume of 43profili), pp. 212, "Meetings" (the sixth volume), pp. 48.1998 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (second volume of 40profili), pp. 208; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (Di31profili third volume), pp. 212, "Meetings" (Volume Seven), pp. 48, "The artesacra in Alta Irpinia" (fourth volume of 32 profiles), pp. 196.1999 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (fifth volume of 20profili), pp. 196.2000 - "The path of time" (essay on the letters of ClementeFusero Livio Nargi), pp. 272; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (the sixth volume of 32 profiles), pp. 204, "The Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (the seventh volume of 23 profiles), pp. 204; "Guardia Lombardi" (Historically), second edition, pp. 204.2001 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (eighth volume of trediciprofili), pp. 202; "Meetings" (volume eight), pp. 48, "Ecce sacerdos" (biography) pp. 222; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (the ninth volume of 35 profiles), pp. 1982002 - "The Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (the tenth volume of 11profili), pp. 206.2003 - "Vos Estis know terrae" (biography), pp. 144; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (the eleventh volume of 34 profiles), pp. 208; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (the twelfth volume of 12profili), pp. 212.2004 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (DI12's thirteenth volume) pp. 214; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (four-volume tordicesimo of 12 profiles), pp. 222.2006 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (Volume 11 quindicesimodi profiles) pp. 192; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia (volumesedicesimo of 19 profiles) pp. 210.2007 - "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia" (Volume 16 diciassettesimodi profiles) pp. 200; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia (volumediciottesimo) pp. 214; "St. Modesto" (story of an ancient town) pp. 400.2008 - "The investiture and primogeniture" (open letter), "The artesacra in Alta Irpinia" (nineteenth volume of 17 profiles) pp.204; "Sacred Art in Alta Irpinia (twentieth volume of 20 profiles) pp. 200.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

United Mile Redeem Cancel

tribute to the poetry of Pasquale Martiniello

Martiniello and poetry of South

In these days, and during the months of October and much of November and December that will be discussed in Irpinia, poetry, poetry of the South, and how this poem could become concrete objects study and reflection, in our schools, those in the province, those in the South

The school, like the University, may actually become the venue for a rediscovery of real, concrete, a poetic production is too often held the edge, too often snubbed, excluded. You will thus realize the hope that more than fifty years ago called for Salvatore Quasimodo, or the creation of a "paper poetry of the South".

In this context, a role can be played by the institutions, the province of Avellino, for example, local authority from high schools, school managers and teachers, and pupils, which could reappropriate their history and their own identity starting from poetry, from poets militants, who told the South by those closest to us, who are its difficult transition to modern society and living. Perhaps in this way, you design a new South, or creating new players, making the young players and aware of the difficulties involved in living here, but also of shared utopias that can lead us out of the current crisis.

short, retrieve a season meridionalistica now relegated to history books and political science means discussing the real problems of South and Irpinia among the people, even among people and between young people who represent our future.

Young people, in these days of discussion on poetry taking place with the "Festival of Poetry of the South", imagine a new leading role, which means in a practical approach to poetry, to write poems, commenting, writing articles, making movies, photographic exhibitions, and even sending e-mails of protest to newspapers that devote little attention to the poetry of the South This is also a good way to hear the voice of dissent from below.

A book dedicated to Pasquale Martiniello

But undoubtedly, because the poetry of the South finally buy a visibility even the slightest must first realize that tools work and study modern and capable of guiding students and teachers in the folds of poetry, and at the same time to stir in the media that interest is lacking.

Thus, a unique poetry in the history of Irpinia, is the volume devoted to poetic works of the poet Pasquale Martiniello plum, one of the deans of the production lines in Irpinia, a prolific author and distinguished authority, whose voice has fascinated many critical and most recently Antonio Crecchio, which has just signed on heavy volume poetic spiritual and artistic evolution of Pasquale Martiniello . The work is meticulous, carefully constructed, which reconstructs the evolution of the author and more than thirty years down the poetic writing, during which twenty-two anthologies were published, some of which are true masterpieces as paradigmatic of the poetry of South

Martiniello, it must be remembered, has devoted much of his life to poetry. The first collection dates back to 1976 ( Testimonials Irpinia), but in reality the poet had written verses from his youth: Most of this production before, however, has been irretrievably lost. Since 1976, however, Martiniello has increasingly intensified his 'poetic work', and in recent years, ie since 1995, has published collections of poetry at least annually.

Crecchio, in detail and taking advantage of the rich literature dedicated to the author, described this vast poetic production, the first phase (1976-1980) at its center the Irpinia. Moreover, the clarification is the title of the first harvest. In this I go back years, the poet describes his land, and recalls a more or less distant past, the rivers (ungarettiani tones), religious beliefs, feelings, hunger, fatigue, starvation, war, Irpinia cursed destiny, women, out-migration.

In this collection, among others, began to be consistently the 'dialogue' and will not stop ever with God, and condemnation of the sad realities of the South By way 'of example, I quote the opening words of the poem that gives the title to one of the collections, "Exodus": "South / purgatory of antique / sighs / penitence and tired. / / Offertory of masses and candles / saints boss-guardian. f you go from always / with barrels full of water / cistern / wine and water bottle, / stocks in many different bags / pockets and seeds in the holds of .... "

With Tears in the doorway (1982) begins the second season of poetry Martiniello. The first part of the collection, in fact, still has a plan and simple style, while the second - Earthquake soul (to the victims of November 23, 1980) - is characterized by a new style, metaphors and images to dark, painful, violent, for example, "A school / horny" (Madness), "the land s'intigra" (On the cheek). Appropriately, Joseph D'Errico, in the preface, he notes: "The poet uses things as symbols of a speech tutt'affatto human feelings and goes down, so to speak, in a magical realism and tragic together. The result is a rugged style and essential, in which the secret dialogue with the things and life becomes vibrant images and words are punctuated with clear understanding of expression, but not isolated and scattered. "

Compared with the first season, the other new feature is the enlargement - so to speak - the panorama of interest: inaugural gathering was linked to Irpinia (significant is the title "Testimonies Irpinia"), with those of the second period deals with the "Italian problem" as a whole ("Viper in the boot"), or further expands the optical (The lament Gea, 1989). The hour of the hyena with (1993) closes this second season: the tone becomes more somber and pessimistic, now the poet expresses his sorrow for a world of monsters and hyenas "who" tear her soul " . This book - the mirror of the climate of Tangentopoli, which then prevailed in Italy - also testifies to the intellectual crisis, which expresses for the first time in its full way before indignatio a political class greedy and corrupt.

With the 1995 opening of the third season of poetry Pasquale Martiniello, the period of memory and the cult of the past. In fact, the reason was already present in previous anthologies, but now, especially with a masterpiece in the genre (The songs memory), the evocation of the past is placed in a timeless space, which also represents an escape from the modern world . With insight, has written in the preface Aniello Montano: "Reading the poems of Pasquale Martiniello, chants memory, has the effect of transport in a time and in a spiritual atmosphere far, far away from the inhuman world and disrupted in which we live, out of our world and roaring whirlwind, pompous and arrogant, but poor humanity and spirituality. "Further, more acutely, Montano mentions Hesiod: in fact, Martiniello can be likened to the great poet of Ascra for the extraordinary love he feels toward of farming.

Montano's reflection can be supported even when the poet points out that wanted to - in the same manner as the other poets of the southern lines `'- groped flight from the world of his ancestors, and as at the end of this flight has desired return: "The flight, Martiniello, carried it out. But, over time, hath been noticed that he was tied to that place and that culture with a kind invisible elastic.

The more he runs, the more elastic the tents, most violently, and returns to the place from which he fled. And, Martiniello riorno this is not a punishment. It is a hope and a plan, at least for you! "

The last - for now - a time of poetry is the most fully Martiniello satirical, outraged," politics ", Baroque, and experimental, and is inaugurated by the lunatics (1999). Fittingly, in his preface to this book, Antonio Crecchio already had written: "Martiniello, a well regarded, is a kind of Janus, with an eye toward the past, to history, civilization literary classic and modern, traditional ethical values \u200b\u200bto the world [...] and another addressed to the present, the topicality, chronicle the daily events, the evolution of the undisputed cai3cerogeni evils of our time, which prefigure as planned, and carried by evil minds and foolish, a kind of curse that the planet can not shake off humanity. There is a social phenomenon, political or moral that is outside of our attention: his reflection touches such a wealth of issues for which it is easy to see his meticulous collection of data, now supplied by the memory, now from reality now by many different media. "

This vein satire, reminiscent of Juvenal, is present in Roots (2000), The showcase (2001), Oxymoron (2003), and is accentuated further in the Woodpecker (2003), The Mosquito (2004 ) and the Spiders (2005), and then in the last owl's eye and The weasels.

Before the disintegration of modern society, facing the moral decline and the wounds of this world corrupt and ill, Martiniello, comparing himself to the woodpecker, you represent themselves in this way: "... I poked at with sharp / webs of consciousness degraded / stucco and the tricks of the politic ...".

Martiniello Italian poet

also Crecchio collecting all the literature devoted to Martineillo reveals, if there were any need, the national character of this author, who have devoted pages to study the likes of George critci Squarotti Barberi, Francesco D ' Episcopo, Ugo Piscopo, Giuseppe Giacalone, Luigi Fontanella, Maffeo Pasquale, Mario Alberto Moriconi, Plinio Perilli ...

short, Martiniello could be one of the poets, that schools could take in Irpinia, and thereby contribute to realizing the paper poetry "of which the South needs and that Alberto Asor has advocated for many years.


Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Does Seizures Attack Memorie

Aeclanum. Archaeological discovery.

He comes in the ruins of Aeclanum (AV), a marble statue
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"It might be an emperor of the Roman marble statue was found, these days, for Aeclanum during excavations financed by the" Sergio Tacchini "and conducted by the Archaeological Superintendence of Benevento-Avellino-Salerno. The article, which occurs without heads, without legs, responds to the characteristics typical of the period, which refers to the second century AD. At first glance, one recognizes a mantle, which probably should also be painted, and the pose, which is very similar to that of other statues of Roman emperors. On the left arm drops the robe, while the right, to be lifted up, as a sign of command, unfortunately missing. The head of the Superintendent, Pierfrancesco Talamo, unbuttons not about returning to further study the identification of the person represented. Even the archaeologist Roberto Esposito, director of excavations and discovered the statue, prefers not to utter. When you mentioned the name of Trajan, does not betray emotions, and repeats that it will take further tests before naming the marble. Near the statue, was also found a monumental fountain made of niches alternating with rectangular niches. The excavation, which is being conducted within the walls of the ancient city on the Appian Way Irpinia, is providing exceptional testimonies on the history of Aeclanum. Is showing as it should be lived in the era of late antiquity. Excavation area, the houses and streets are coated with pumice remains of the eruption of Vesuvius in 472 AD. If this were true, would mean that already at that time the city was being abandoned. Become the real possibility that has been seriously damaged by the earthquake of 346 AD furious and later razed by the earthquake of 375. "

Monday, May 12, 2008

Whats Coco Butter For? Dark Spots

Eclanesi Anthology: Visit to Aeclanum

Brief Anthology Eclanesi

Aeclanum, Roman street and homes
The ottimosito makes it an excellent description of the site of the city Eclanesi Irpinia. Let us turn repeat reading with an invitation to visit the archaeological park, where they are going further archaeological excavations by the Archaeological Superintendence of the provinces of Salerno and Avellino, led by new Superintendent Dr. Maria Luisa Nava.


In Passo of Mirabella, the Town of Mirabella Eclano (AV), you can visit the ruins of the ancient city of Aeclanum, one of the main centers of the Sunni tribes of Irpinia. The Italian archaeologist

Sgobba came to, in the 30, four Oschi epigraphic monuments: one bore the name of Mamers (Oscan name of the god Mars), represented another altar tuff dedicated to the goddess Mephitis (now the National Museum of Naples), part of a sacred place situated outside the city walls on the Via Appia, indicating a third unidentified construction ordered by magus Falco and the cult of the relevant quarter god Faunus.

Aeclanum - Road Roman and homes.

The Appian Way and the eastern necropolis. The city of

Aeclanum in Roman times, was in the form of a corymb and extension of 18 hectares, was defended by a wall 1820 meters long. and built in opus reticulatum, prism compact travertine and sandstone.

The walls rose more than 10 meters. and were interrupted by at least three ports on the sides bounded by square towers (turres), more than 5 meters. each side, and every 20 meters. were smaller towers (hemiturres), 2.5 mt. each side, that did not exceed in height, as the largest, the curtain wall (thus called "moiré turres aequae Qum", or "towers as high as the wall"). The thickness of the fortifications is included, at various points, between 2.12 to 2.40 meters.

Through the door came in Aeclanum West Via Appia, from Benevento, and came out through the eastern door. At the time of the Civil War (89 BC), Aeclanum was protected only by a ring of wood, then set on fire by Sulla when, realizing that waiting for help from Eclanesi Lucanians accastare around the walls of ordered bundles of sticks, burned after he spent the time allowed by the dictator to surrender. Aeclanum it was plundered and occupied

Roman road with wagon tracks.

because had not voluntarily surrendered to the Romans but also to convince other cities Irpinia yet arisen to lay armi.Dopo the Social War, around 87 BC, the city became a municipality the right to vote and registered to Tibu Cornelia. Later, at the time of Emperor Hadrian (in about 120 AD), assumed the status of colony under the name "Aelia Augusta Aeclanum.

Aeclanum - The Spa.

Other roads, as well as the Appia, interested Aeclanum and its territory: the way Aeclanum - aequum Tuticum that connected it to Puglia, the way Herculia crossing the eastern part of the court and the Via Aurelia Eclanesi Aeclanensis proceeded in that direction of Ordona.Al Roman period, most of imperial date the construction and renovation of public works such as the Baths, the Macellum, the Gymnasium, the Forum, the Amphitheatre, the Theatre and the "pecuarium forum (market cattle pasture).

Aeclanum - The area of \u200b\u200bmacellum. The

Macellum (covered market), probably not in the vicinity of the hole, present in a central square and round a tank that may have been adorned with a fountain, and the slaughterhouses Tholus consists of some pillars in opus vittatum and enhanced by marble flooring . The Spa is the monument I find most of the excavations: the construction technique is opus mixtum and are commonly found environments tepidarium of the steam bath and frigidarium.

Aeclanum - Pompeian Domus type.

area of \u200b\u200bthe Baths was found a fine marble statue depicting Niobide and now housed in a room of the Museum Irpino of Avellino, where they are exposed to numerous findings from Aeclanum. On another occasion he was picked up a fragment of a statue of Harpocrates, dated to the second century AD and represents the god boy with the horn of plenty.

Among the private homes is a visible kind of Pompeian domus, which in late period was converted to a workshop for the manufacture of glass. Very important are also the remains of an early Christian basilica with the baptismal font (baptisterium) shaped like a Greek cross with three steps on all four sides covered with marble from home (another baptistery similar to Aeclanum is attributable to the city of Venosa). The basilica was three aisles and fosre, with a front porch (narthex).

The baptistery of the early Christian basilica.

At a lower level than the religious building was discovered a room with four giant bottles (dolii), used to preserve crops alimentari.Sicuramente Aeclanum represented a major city of the Sannio Irpino. The same
Silla , after the siege of Pompeii, he went directly against the city, regardless

other urban centers or Abellinum as Nola, who were on the route. It is assumed that it may have served as the capital of Sunni at the time of the Civil War and that the population counted on four to five thousand inhabitants when he assumed the role of the colony and its territories passed the extension of 700 kmq.Nel 369 AD a violent earthquake struck Aeclanum with disastrous consequences in an epigraph umbos ManNAc, of senatorial rank, is called "ex-maker maxima part etiam civitatis nostrae."

Aeclanum - Base for fistula of the press.

Later, in 410 AD, the passage of Alaric and the Visigoths from Campania to Apulia with devastating damage to the city. He was involved in the wars between the Goths and Byzantines in the sixth century AD until the arrival of the Lombards (570 AD) and the transit of Byzantium Emperor Constans II, directed the siege of Lombard Benevento, smothered under a film of the destruction last traces of a Roman past.

View of the spa area.

Outside the Aeclanum street circuit, you can admire the remains of a public building (the unknown function) with fence and brick walls at the site of the church of Santa Maria di Pompei collapsed after the earthquake of 1980.

Admire also the eastern part of the necropolis (III-IV century AD) funerary monuments and fences at the sides of the Via Appia and the Via Nazionale in the vicinity of present-day Pass.
Source: The Samnites.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Long Can You Take Lorazepam


From an old magazine article about this CHF I dusted off some changes to the preamplifier AUDIO INNOVATIONS 800C. It 's a rather old article and I think that nobody is in possession of this preamp to be amended but also suggest that because the article is well done and quite complete so that you can complete the entire Pre from scratch. Of course the article is not composed of only the pages published qundi me, if you're interested, ask for my e-mail address.

There is nothing really understands, you are right, but the spaces offered by these free blog, no longer offer these possibilities.

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Friday, February 1, 2008

Sample Congratulations Message For A Baby


Here's another great new amplifier electronics, this is the final LX1113 from 55 watts per channel you can listen below various aspects of timbre and sonic with some modifications. Below the patterns with the changes :

If the patterns are not understood, richiedetemeli to my email address. Use input transformer is obvious,, optional. calibrations remain the same even after the changes.
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The original design was done by New Electronics.
is described on Audio Electronics Handbook vol.2 New
The kit number is LX.1113 KIT
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WARNING: The proposed amendments are not likely to depreciate the, already excellent, quality
but this unit has the sole purpose of adjusting, tonally and sonically,
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> LX1240 NE Attaching the 2A3

This little monster of NE offers 8 +8 watts per channel and 8 watts beautiful tough. Among its qualities is also to ourselves fit, with a few minor changes, the much-admired valve 2A3.
Here seguto of schemes with modifications to be made:

These are original patterns that I show to give you an idea of \u200b\u200bthe differences that there are over
those with the changes.

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As you can see the box, the changes to be done, to mount the 2A3, are few and simple. One main thing would be to split the power to increase the channel separation and power. First, you must, obvious,, to procure a pair of 2A3, their hooves
and a pair of resistors to lower the tensioned filament from 6.3 to 2.5 volts. 1) The resistor RF is calculated using Ohm's law taking into account that some power is lost in the links. However, as a reference, you can use the 1-ohm resistors 10 watts, the valve will be a little sottoaccesa but should work equally well enough. 2) The point of the 2A3, here Sbizzaritevi Vol.! Even here, as a reference, you can use , as the value of RK, a 820 ohm 2 watt resistor here and have fun
to decrease or increase the value until you reach the optimum. 3) For CK can fit any capacitor low-impedance value between 100 and 470 uF 35V (to save can recover from an old switching power supply).
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The kit number is LX.1240 KIT
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