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Old 11-30-2008, 08:46 AM
djmariog djmariog is offline
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Gsa Iso3001 Isolator

Hello,

I am getting many emails just to answer a few questions i will post here also.

Gsa Iso3001 Isolator

I would like to clear a few things up. The unit will be ready in December. Gary & I had decided to do a first run of 50 pcs. We have 5 units which are prototypes and are all the same. I am not going to say that this unit is better than others what I will say is you are welcome to come by my place & demo it for yourself. We are pleased with this unit and 36 units are sold as of now. What I will offer you is that if you are not happy with your purchase I will refund your payment less shipping costs. The unit is made here in the USA with all carbon film resistors. I am getting many emails regarding the price. We will be selling the units for $895.00

Put your order in as the first run will go quick. I am certain you will be pleased with it.

Here are 2 emails I did get recently....
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Mario,

Expediting the 50 sets of metal. Plan to get all of this completed in December (prior to the 19th).

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The Unit is perfect on my analyzer.

Here are my findings.

Low 16 Hz – 250 Hz that’s right 16 Hz there is no 20 or 30 Hz filter in the circuit - 7.7 DB of Gain with low pot fully clockwise
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Mid 250 Hz – 4k
7.5 DB of Gain with mid pot fully clockwise
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High 4k – 20k
7.5 DB of Gain with high pot fully clockwise
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I jumped the effects loop same in or out no change
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I feel the gain should be noted as 7.5 db per freq band

This should make you happy.
Gary Stewart


Thanks to ALL
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Mario G.
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