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Presentation 4/12/18 7PM Today "Amp Repair" by Pete Basel - New London CT

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I'm giving a talk/ demo on power amp repair at the Spark Maker Space in New London Connecticut,

tonight at 7 PM.
I expect this to be a very small turnout and it will be very basic for beginners and we will repair
a Harman Kardon PM650 that is blowing fuses. Seems this is going to be very small as it is not
even on the calendar, LOL:

This PM650 was very dirty when I got it and seemed to come from a smoking environment, I will give
it away to anyone who shows up, wants it, and agrees to finish recapping it. I will help with the recap
at the Makerspace if that works well for the person. If more than one person is interested we
will draw from a hat.

Note that Spark Makerspace is a member, pay by the month shared space, but Thursday nights 
are free and open to the public to increase interest.

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We actually had a decent turn out of about 12 people, about half were younger and more
into computers and microcontroller projects but they listened and asked great questions.
I'm thinking it would make a lot of sense to give this at the next Frankenfest meet in MA
this October, if there is interest.

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You announced this on every audio forum on the web, on the day of the event no less yet you didn't have anyone record it and post it to YouTube? So we can all enjoy it and learn from it?  (I looked because I wanted to see/hear it)

Or is the plan you're going to release it on DVD or one of the streaming outfits and monetize your great insight in perpetuity

Smart play - genius, just pure genius

On another possibly more serious note; do you have a real job? I am retired (that's my excuse), so yes, I am here on the forums quite a bit and see your posts everywhere and all the time

What gives? What exactly is it that you have to sell aside from what an electronics genius you are (if I read the references to those 3 expired patents you don't even own one more time I think I will pluck my eye balls out)

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