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Old 24th Jun 2020, 10:38 pm   #1
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Default Mr Carlson's Lab

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU9...wrWb_3GxeteQPA

I think this guy is pretty good

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Old 24th Jun 2020, 11:27 pm   #2
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Great presentation style, and good audio which makes it engrossing,
12 volt vids, another Canadian guy worth a look, repairs all sorts of equipment, good at honing in on faults with a lot of experience,
https://www.youtube.com/user/ATVVideoProductions
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Old 24th Jun 2020, 11:47 pm   #3
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Pretty good, but his lab makes my tidying instinct twitch. He has a lot of equipment there duplicating items he already has... things you only need one of at a time. I'd move a lot of it to storage out of the way so that there is room to swing the proverbial cat, and bring in specialised items as needed. The cynic in me asks to what extent there is set-dressing going on?

He knows his stuff in general. I've seen him miss a couple of tricks in the RF area but nothing misleading, but then there are plenty I miss.

Worth watching, but claustrophobic people ought to be warned

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Old 25th Jun 2020, 12:09 am   #4
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I quite like how he designs and builds discreet protection circuits for old equipment and manages to hide them under something
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Old 25th Jun 2020, 8:39 am   #5
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I like how he says solder and not soder, seems rare on that continent.
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Old 25th Jun 2020, 9:21 am   #6
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Hi,

A great channel, - I've spent many hours on there. I also like
Mikrowave1, - vintage technology, and not too technical, - a bit like me!

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Old 25th Jun 2020, 8:10 pm   #7
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I second that, I have watched many of his video's and subscribe to his channel.
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I'm afraid I find his vocal style too annoying to watch, a bit like EEVBlog. Very laboured delivery. SOrry
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Old 27th Jun 2020, 4:53 pm   #9
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I like how he says solder and not soder, seems rare on that continent.
As I see it, they say "sodder".
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I agree about the 'urgent' vocal styles. Rather grating to listen to after a while.

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I came across this channel a couple of weeks ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT7n6zQdk8o

This link is for a walkthrough of the Mullard 3-3 circuit where they explain how the circuit works. They have other circuit videos as well, very useful for beginners to valve circuits.

If you like guitar amplifiers, there's Uncle Doug who has some theory videos as well as repairs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6By31V9fDo
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Old 28th Jun 2020, 1:02 am   #12
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Great presentation style, and good audio which makes it engrossing,
12 volt vids, another Canadian guy worth a look, repairs all sorts of equipment, good at honing in on faults with a lot of experience,
https://www.youtube.com/user/ATVVideoProductions
Regards, Alan
He makes me cringe when he scrapes someone's gear about on his worktop I wish he'd put a piece of carpet on it
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Old 28th Jun 2020, 8:42 am   #13
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Yes, agree on that about 12 volt vids, but he was in the electronic repair business himself for 30 years, as he will mention, so I suppose he is used to working that way, where as people on forums like here are now repairing as a hobby, not always though, so being more careful with the gear they are repairing, also noted the ‘solder’, not ‘sodder’, and again he has mentioned this himself, saying it’s solder, wonder if that’s a Canadian thing as opposed to an American thing.
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Old 28th Jun 2020, 3:56 pm   #14
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I came across this channel a couple of weeks ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT7n6zQdk8o

This link is for a walkthrough of the Mullard 3-3 circuit where they explain how the circuit works. They have other circuit videos as well, very useful for beginners to valve circuits.

If you like guitar amplifiers, there's Uncle Doug who has some theory videos as well as repairs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6By31V9fDo
I like Uncle Doug and his animal escapades lol
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