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in the picture of the schematic there is + symbols and i dont know where to connect them, specifically the 10M ohm one, can you lend a hand?

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Tool Using Animal (author)2008-06-19

WHat the heck is that symbol near the 10Meg resistor? Not the capacitor, the one that looks like a two legged egg with a cap on laying down.

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> I think that's supposed to be a microphone.

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Big Bwana (author)NachoMahma2008-06-20

Actually, it is a Dynamic Microphone, according to the schematic... But a Dynamic Microphone does not require phantom powering, so the schematic is utilizing the wrong symbol, making it a Electret Microphone or a, Condenser Microphone and some times they are called an Electret Condenser Microphone....

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input, in this case, kipkay put in a mic

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Kiteman (author)2008-06-19

The pluses go to the positive terminal of your power supply, and the Earths (the triangular-stripe things) go to the negative terminal.

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Yerboogieman (author)Kiteman2008-06-20

someone said British people are boring....is this true? lol

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NachoMahma (author)Kiteman2008-06-19

. In real English, earth = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_(electricity) ground]. heehee

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Yerboogieman (author)NachoMahma2008-06-19

mhm, also known as common ground

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Kiteman (author)NachoMahma2008-06-19

Listen, my young colonial friend, real English is the language I speak - your utterances are the mimicry of younglings who have yet to learn how to spell the words they use. I mean, color, for goodness sake... ;-)

FYI, I used to live in a cottage built before "Columbus sailed the ocean blue".

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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2008-06-19

Colonial?? It's a blast from the past! This isn't 1776!

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NachoMahma (author)Kiteman2008-06-19

. Young?!?!?!? That must be more of that understatement stuff you Brits are "famous" (or should I spell if famos?) for - I'm older than even Goodhart.
. FYI, I live in a house with a brick veneer made from clay that is millions of years old :P

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Kiteman (author)NachoMahma2008-06-19

LOL - I was lumping you and your country together.

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NachoMahma (author)Kiteman2008-06-19

. I don't know where you got the idea, but we are NOT lumpy people. A little pudgy, but not lumpy. You're just miffed because the US is the world leader in HHO and YEC research - get over it.

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Kiteman (author)NachoMahma2008-06-19

> chuckle <

Oh, you're lumpy all right. I've seen it. I've queued behind it in too-tight Lycra at Disneyworld.

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NachoMahma (author)Kiteman2008-06-20

. Ewwwwww. Thanks for the mental image - I'll have nightmares for weeks. . . Wow! I just heard on the news that AU has overtaken the US as the fattest country. Guess we're gonna have to ~~work harder at being~~ eat more to regain #1.

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Yerboogieman (author)NachoMahma2008-06-20

i started riding my bike at least 4 miles anytime im not over at my neighbors working on their yard and walking their dog.

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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2008-06-19

Yeah, well, British people are boring! See? I can do the stereotyping fad too...

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Yeah! actually, i wouldnt know, lol

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