On Tue, 24 Mar 1998 08:10:07 -0500 (EST) firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul
> For your information ( K1MH and Measures)
>(a) I sold B & W only the PT2500 amplifier not Viewstar nor the PT1000
>single tube amplifier. I kept the PT1000 to continue on with another
>(b) A problem with the Pi-l tank in the PT1000 or the PT2500 is just
>bizarre as Measures idea that every amp built will not work and never
>survive unless they have a Measures hairpin nichrome loop
>installed in it.
Then please explain why B & W had to do a complete redesign on the
PT-2500 Pi-L before it was marketable as an amplifier...not as a spark
Having had an "original" Viewstar design and also B&W serial # 1, 6 and 8
here I can attest to the problem that they purchased.
As the first dealer to sell the B&W PT-2500, I can provide much early
insight that I received from Elmer Bush.
> I think you guys should seriously about about all the young
>who are coming up behind us and reading all the needless diatribe and
>incorrect information some of you throw around. It isn't constructive
>does not teach anything to the guys that really want to know something
>about amps. There has to be more in life than hairpin loops and holes
Nor does living in the past with an Edsel....great concept, poor
execution, short life.
73 Carl KM1H
!! Get a life !
> Paul Hrivnak (founder of Viewstar)
>Bramco Palstar Inc.
>Piqua, OH 45356
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