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  • dan williams
    I had preheated the bottom electrode to bright orange and rolled it in some salt, which provides the ions ... -- Dan Williams, Owner http://eds.dyndns.org/
    Message 1 of 15 , Jan 14, 2011
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      I had preheated the bottom electrode to bright orange and rolled it in
      some salt, which provides the ions


      On 01/14/11 06:54, Bob Cook wrote:
      > Nice project! The diagram you linked to indicates there is some sort of "wick" in the nozzle of the torch, but from the video I couldn't quite see what you were using. Too bad the sound is so distorted at any significant distance, it would be an awesome way to play heavy metal!
      >
      >
      > On 2011-01-12, at 10:19 PM, dan williams wrote:
      >
      >
      >> I present this to those technically interested
      >>
      >> its a "flame speaker"
      >>
      >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ7tF68RKr8
      >> wired almost as per http://www.duntemann.com/flamespeaker.jpg
      >> of http://www.duntemann.com/september2006.htm
      >>
      >> differences are that its 600VDC source (480V half rectified) modulated
      >> with the highest ratio "transformer" I could find (an automotive
      >> sparkplug coil, 70:1)
      >>
      >> the amp I had didn't like driving the coil, (which is a flyback coil,
      >> gapped core, which is wrong for this)
      >>
      >> dan
      >>
      >> --
      >> Dan Williams, Owner
      >> http://eds.dyndns.org/
      >> Electronic Device Services
      >> (604) 886 5934
      >> 2022 Lower rd
      >> Roberts Creek BC Canada
      >> V0N 2W6
      >>
      >
      >

      --
      Dan Williams, Owner
      http://eds.dyndns.org/
      Electronic Device Services
      (604) 886 5934
      2022 Lower rd
      Roberts Creek BC Canada
      V0N 2W6
    • dan williams
      thanks! THATS COOL! I wonder if thats limted pwm on the coil oscillator... ... -- Dan Williams, Owner http://eds.dyndns.org/ Electronic Device Services (604)
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        thanks! THATS COOL!
        I wonder if thats limted pwm on the coil oscillator...



        On 01/14/11 10:08, Roger Korus wrote:
        > Combine that with a singing Tesla coil, and you'd have a two-piece band!
        >
        > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXsfGVVGb-Y
        >
        > Roger
        >
        > On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 10:19 PM, dan williams<dan_williams@...>wrote:
        >
        >
        >>
        >> I present this to those technically interested
        >>
        >> its a "flame speaker"
        >>
        >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ7tF68RKr8
        >> wired almost as per http://www.duntemann.com/flamespeaker.jpg
        >> of http://www.duntemann.com/september2006.htm
        >>
        >> differences are that its 600VDC source (480V half rectified) modulated
        >> with the highest ratio "transformer" I could find (an automotive
        >> sparkplug coil, 70:1)
        >>
        >> the amp I had didn't like driving the coil, (which is a flyback coil,
        >> gapped core, which is wrong for this)
        >>
        >> dan
        >>
        >> --
        >> Dan Williams, Owner
        >> http://eds.dyndns.org/
        >> Electronic Device Services
        >> (604) 886 5934
        >> 2022 Lower rd
        >> Roberts Creek BC Canada
        >> V0N 2W6
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >

        --
        Dan Williams, Owner
        http://eds.dyndns.org/
        Electronic Device Services
        (604) 886 5934
        2022 Lower rd
        Roberts Creek BC Canada
        V0N 2W6
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