This is the D&A model Phantom 500 amplifier. This unit was a two stage amp, with an advertised power output of 500 watts on AM and a whopping 1500+ watts on SSB. The unit pictured was the "old" version sporting a gray cabinet. Like the Maverick 250 , this amp was also offered in a "newer" style two tone tan case. I never had any first hand experience with this amplifier, but there were a couple floating around the local area, including units owned by Cactus , and Al . Al once fell asleep on the microphone with his Phantom on, and threw a high powered dead key (with some occasional snoring) for a few hours. Surprisingly, the amp survived, which is a testament to D&A's design for longevity at the expense of a bit more power.
This amp was offered as both a "dual" power and "triple" power option. Earlier units had a tube compliment of 12, while later ones had "only" 10. With today's pricing for sweep tubes, replacing a set of soft tubs in this baby could cost as much as buying a good used kilowatt ham amplifier with a "real" R.F. tube.
Anyone who still has one of these, most likely uses it sparingly or keeps is as a classic antique, and a reminder of what CB was all about back in the good old days.
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D&A Phantom 12 tube promotion to Warrior high drive 2017
- Thread starter giboni
- Start date Nov 28, 2017
Break Break..Does anyone have any Grey Pupant ?
- Nov 28, 2017
- Nov 30, 2017
- Dec 1, 2017
- Dec 3, 2017
Forgot my camera in the garage. Upload on next post. Good luck ran out. The electronic Gremlins popped out of no-where. Just as I am ready to test my hypotheses. Less back swing on keyup when I enunciate vowels. Arcing at the High Voltage bridge. Very bad spot on all versions of Phantoms. Then Low dropped to zero. Called it a day. 3 pin. 4 pin.8 pin even 12pin screw type terminal block in my stash. No 5 pin. Alright made one. A bit of scrap metal stud. New safe HV bridge module. Plenty of space where the huge vintage HV capacitors reside. It never ceases to amaze me. How long it takes to hardwire a circuit. looks good & professional. The 4 drivers are GG AB1. The meter associated with the drivers. Is basically useless & for show. Unecessary. Removed from later PDX400. The 12 tuber has 3 Rf tank circuits. The main final tank output to antenna. A secondary final tank to antenna from the drivers. & a intermediate impedance matching L tank circuit between the driver output / plate to the cathode or input to the cathodes of the 8 finals. Learned something on my own rolling my own rf inductors Tank coils. Then realized why a Q of 2 minimum works in a intermediate stage. All this time knocking myself out for a Q of 10.My luck ran out with the Low. Noticed weeks ago. When I replaced the drivers with 4 GE NOS matched within 5% 8000+ uhmo/GM 6LQ6s. ZERO output on Low. Ah went to the strong used 6LQ6 tube stash. Found two at 1500 GM to go with the other two at approx 1500 microohmos/GM/Transconductance. low came back to life. Two drivers were on thier last legs. This happens on all 12 tubers. Output Impedance changes when tubes R switched out in the driver stage. Low in the 12 tuber is the 4 drivers connected directly to the antenna by passing thru a relay the finals. That is why there is a 2nd final tank circuit ! It has a limited impedance matching range. Well I put it away yesterday. It will work fine on high. Just no low. For the time being. Thats coming out that secondary final tank. The Arco 304 "Load" air variable also at the cathodes of the final tubes. The tune comes out. Replaced with a compact but normal 20pf to 400pf air variable. The HV taps on the Trannys have center taps. Just like my POW KW+'s and Maco 2 Piece. High low can be achieved by switching from a full wave bridge rectifier to a half wave bridge rectifier. This cuts the plate voltage to the tubes by approximately by half. Or just simply switch in a higher grid negative bias voltage to the 8 soldiers. I will have an extra relay available by removing basically a useless circuit. This could be used to go from Low drive to high drive ! Well. My theory is correct. Adding the 4th tranny did not increase dead key watts. It substantially reduced back swing when enunciating vowels. Going to bump op the HV caps to 220uf 450v. Stay tuned. The phantom 12 tuber is slowly evolving into a Warrior ! fourfingers&Athumb 73s
- Dec 5, 2017
- Dec 16, 2017
Been busy. Some time tonight. All day tomorrow. However. Skip has been coming in. Want to take a digiscan off of a TRC 449 & put it on the Teaberry Stalker + a new Motorala noise cancelling mic & a compressor + Low pass/high pass filter on the Mic.+ 7.8mhz ladder filter istalled on the Teaberry. Hate being splashed by skip stations on AM LOL ! I'll try to get more of the upgrades put into this Beast. Today complete brake job new drums/shoes discs/ceramic pads done on my economobile. Alas last 50 degree + day in my part of the corn patch. Sooo two more 100lb pound batteries in the back seat. At 650+ RMS 2600 watts + AM PEP. 900+ SSB PEP. The beast draws the atteries down fast. Maybe 35 amps at idle. Its looking like the platform car is maxed out. Oh well. Guess i'll have to get another vehicle. That can turn a 250-300 Amp alternator ? Ill get something done. On the soon to be promoted. Phantom to Warrior. 73s !
- Dec 17, 2017
giboni said: Been busy. Some time tonight. All day tomorrow. However. Skip has been coming in. Want to take a digiscan off of a TRC 449 & put it on the Teaberry Stalker + a new Motorala noise cancelling mic & a compressor + Low pass/high pass filter on the Mic.+ 7.8mhz ladder filter istalled on the Teaberry. Hate being splashed by skip stations on AM LOL ! I'll try to get more of the upgrades put into this Beast. Today complete brake job new drums/shoes discs/ceramic pads done on my economobile. Alas last 50 degree + day in my part of the corn patch. Sooo two more 100lb pound batteries in the back seat. At 650+ RMS 2600 watts + AM PEP. 900+ SSB PEP. The beast draws the atteries down fast. Maybe 35 amps at idle. Its looking like the platform car is maxed out. Oh well. Guess i'll have to get another vehicle. That can turn a 250-300 Amp alternator ? Ill get something done. On the soon to be promoted. Phantom to Warrior. 73s ! Click to expand...
1600cc traverse mounted 4 cyllender engine. Forgot the MM width. The pulley's track only accomodate's perhaps .40 inch width of serpentine belt. No stock Belt tensioner. Spent several hours at the local U pull it salvage yard to see if I can come up with a custom solution for a Belt tensioner. It is not possible to change out the crank shaft main pulley or anything else to wider pully's. No room. & not available. A 300 amp kit is available for the Denso alternator. This still requires a wider pulley, belt & belt tensioner. There is no room at all in the transverse engine compartment for a second alternator. The current alternator is from a Kia sedan. Same mounting pattern. 100 amps versus the 60amp original. Its a cool alternator in that the kia sedan it came out from had a lot of accesories including AirCon. So the regulator kicks in hard at idle to carry the load & charge the battery. If when I can figure out a way to install a belt tensioner. Possibly could go to 150 amps. Which would charge the large number of batteries already in the car faster at idle or racing the engine. The belt could also just slip because it is not wide enouph even with a tensioner. Best 73s
giboni said: 1600cc traverse mounted 4 cyllender engine. Forgot the MM width. The pulley's track only accomodate's perhaps .40 inch width of serpentine belt. No stock Belt tensioner. Spent several hours at the local U pull it salvage yard to see if I can come up with a custom solution for a Belt tensioner. It is not possible to change out the crank shaft main pulley or anything else to wider pully's. No room. & not available. A 300 amp kit is available for the Denso alternator. This still requires a wider pulley, belt & belt tensioner. There is no room at all in the transverse engine compartment for a second alternator. The current alternator is from a Kia sedan. Same mounting pattern. 100 amps versus the 60amp original. Its a cool alternator in that the kia sedan it came out from had a lot of accesories including AirCon. So the regulator kicks in hard at idle to carry the load & charge the battery. If when I can figure out a way to install a belt tensioner. Possibly could go to 150 amps. Which would charge the large number of batteries already in the car faster at idle or racing the engine. The belt could also just slip because it is not wide enouph even with a tensioner. Best 73s Click to expand...
- May 5, 2018
Finally found the time to update this thread. Apologies for the Mob of photo's. Forgot to label each of them. I cannot quit my day job just yet LOL ! The electronic gremlins have been busy. Four total. Air variable condensers; capacitors have been eaten up by my Beast. This component can be a Post unto itself. It is the main "Load" control found in all versions of Phantom/Warrior and PDX 400. It is an AM/FM radio "receiver tuner". I realized quickly. That for "11" meters operation. No Band Switch. 350 to 450 picrofads at most is the required value for this component. Not a whopping 750+ picrofarads. I experimented with a small stash of these "receiving" type AVC's. It is about the spacing between the tuning plates. About finding them. The cost etc. The wider the spacing between plates. The higher the Breakdown Voltage of the AVC. In other words. The dreaded HV ARCING, As the box is keyed at this component. Power output drop yada yada. SPACE inside the Phantom where this component is located is a HUGE issue. I was thinking of making AVC's myself until. After spending about a $100. Plus experimenting with the ones I bought. I discovered. After blowing up a precious 305M mica AVC. That two AVC with similar plate distance can be strapped together in series. To give me the picrofarads and higher voltage breakdown than the original AVC. AND fit into the chassis. Photo's attached. Years of corrosion build up. Carbon from Arcing. Loose plates. In this unit. Adding a 4th tranny. Certainly doomed all these recieving AVC's closely spaced. It is now using a pair of vintage NOS American made "Transmitting"Air Variable capacitors. Wider spacing than the OEM. They both rotate 360 in iether direction ! Yup numerous combinations are possible ! With the current 6LQ6's in this box. Only 225 to 250 pf are needed so the RF tank circuit resonates on 11 meters. 450pf available in this pair. I removed the 2nd stage completely. I now have another spare 100vdc relay ! Still no LOW. I completely forgot. The center tap of one of the 4 trannys. Is connected to the Relays LOL ! I can switch it over to 12vdc relays and a analog keyup circuit. Already did it to a grey ten tuber. Buttttt. Am going to stick with the 12AQ5 for now. I will experiment. Safely. With an isolation transformer. Using line voltage and a dropping resistor to the 12AQ5 to operate the relays. When I get that straightened out. The original switch labeled Power will work fine. The 4th center tap can be added to the other three. I wanted more control Over the driver stage. The 305M mica AVC was removed. I added a pair of receiving AVC in series for a load control. 500 picrofarads +. This mod resulted in reaching 950 watts out RMS. Input of final LQ6s "Cathode". Output of drivers. Have a different impedance. Thats what the driver Tune/Load coil circuit does. Matches the impedance for 100% percent power transfer. Here. RCVing AVC are fine. The voltage/current is much lower than the Main RF tank circuit. Going to try using the original 305M mica AVC padded with a 60 pf wide spaced AVC. Temperature, humidity causes this 305M to drift slightly. So 60 pf might just be the ticket. For accurate tuning of the driver load. Unfortunately. When humid. The padding Johnston AVC 75pf arc's. The 400pf is ok. Possibly another mica AVC rated at 100+pf 500vdc might work ? But the 400pf is not enouph by itself. To match the 500pf of the 305M mica AVC. Keep in mind. That the 305M mica AVC. Was not designed for continued turning. It wears out very quickly. The 305M used as the load for the 2nd original stage was worn out on my box. The original tune is fine. About 20 pf. In place of the original 2nd stage grid current meter. An image. Of the Phantom ! With a back light. In fact. I like it so much. Its my Avatar now LOL ! About 7 hours spent. Just on choosing which image. Microsoft paint. Next one. I use Gimp. Experimenting at FedEx kinko's with transparencys and colored paper. Worth it. I think that Image is soooo cool ! The 1000uf 450v DC HV filter caps are like, Hand Grenades. Compared to the original 100uf. 100uf are like M80's. Soooo Balancing resistors/bleeders as you see in the pics ! Nice looking grid current meter ! With a 1K pot to adjust it ! Still to do. High Low circuit completion. Keeping the 12AQ5 and 110v Dc relays. Interesting note. Later 10 tubers have a 10-20 pf coupling capacitor coming off the radio input. To the grid of the 12AQ5. The 12 tuber. A straight wire? I tried using a coupling capacitor. It would not key. Try it again. When I become familiar with this circuit. FULLY regulated adjustable negative grid bias supply. I have a board. Used for professionally built audiio tube amps. I have space under the full wave bridge module for it. The issue. To regulate the bias fully and properly. The input AC voltage has to be much higher than the DC negative bias voltage one seeks. I have small transformers. No space. Except where the 12AQ5 sits. I'm going to experiment. I have a bunch of these main HV transformers. Series connect the Fillament windings. Ought to work. Install a DC switching supply on the back. Fully regulated adjustable. DC Fillament voltage to the tubes ! This will extend tube life. Quicker. Just strap the the bias transformer instead ? The 12 tuber. Uses an old audio amp bias circuit. Straight off the high voltage plate thru dropping resistors or a resistor voltage divider circuit. Later 10 tubers/PDX 400. Bias current is off the fillament winding with resistors. Re-mod the driver load/tune. Decals Paint job Stay tuned......... 12 tube Phantom promoted to Phantom Warrior 2018 ! Baddest D&A Phantom of all time ! Untill I get to the rest of my collection LOL ! Yup. The new Decals R in motion ! Another POST LOL. DIY labels ! Ah in one of the pics. U can see the 15 amp push button fuse circuit breaker. Replacing a 25 amp OEM fuse . LORDY With a Soft Start. An appropriate protection could be installed with this mod. I think the photos speak for themselves. You can see the diference in spacing. The quality of construction between a recieving AVC and a transmit AVC. 73s Puppet Master "A picture is worth a thousand words" Napoleon Bonaparte
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In Cyberpunk 2077 , there are few problems that can’t be solved with either a bullet, a blade, or a colorfully worded variation of “F you.” In Phantom Liberty , the first and only expansion for the game, developer CD Projekt Red throws a curveball at the player in the form of an optional final mission that channels inspiration from one of the greatest survival-horror games of the eighth console generation.
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After I finished my initial playthrough of Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty , I immediately booted up one of my earlier saves in an effort to circle back and see what other endings the expansion had to offer . After choosing to side with Idris Elba’s Solomon Reed during the mission “Firestarter,” I was led on a series of missions that saw me escaping from the Dogtown warlord Kurt Hansen ’s clutches, mounting a coordinated ambush on a MaxTac prisoner convoy, and descending into the bowels of Night City to infiltrate a secret Militech research facility dating back to pre-DataKrash era .
So far, so ordinary; nothing out of the usual for Night City’s most in-demand merc. It’s during the “Somewhat Damaged” mission where the game takes a steep detour into full-on horror, introducing a challenge that can’t be conventionally defeated. The adversary: The Cerebus MK-II, a terrifying experimental spider-mech impervious to ballistic damage, quickhackery, or quippy bon mots. The Cerebus has a predilection for loudly crawling in and out of air ducts while screaming vague threatening shit, and grabs the player to show them the business end of its many, many drill arms.
Essentially, the mission resembles one of the many encounters in Creative Assembly’s 2014 survival horror game Alien: Isolation , except instead of being hunted by an acid-spitting Xenomorph across a derelict retro-futuristic space station, you’re being stalked by the cyberpunk equivalent of System Shock ’s Shodan in a mech suit from hell. The whole situation is made even more horrifying by the fact that the closer the Cerberus mech gets to you, the more a cacophony of velvet static seizes the corners of the player’s field of view, accompanied by a sound queue which could only be described as an off-the-rails Philip Glass horror score.
The mission as a whole makes for one of the most nerve-wracking and memorable experiences not only in Phantom Liberty , but in the entirety of Cyberpunk 2077 , which makes it all the more extraordinary that players could easily miss out on it themselves. Players who have experienced “Somewhat Damaged” have really taken to the mission, as GamesRadar pointed out in a recent article . Patrick Mills, a Franchise and Lore Designer at CD Projekt Red, tweeted , “I love Alien Isolation and the Frictional Games style, but they are too scary for me. So I decided to make one.”
I would say that he and the rest of the Phantom Liberty team succeed. Apart from being a terrific expansion to Cyberpunk 2077 , CD Projekt Red managed to sneak in one of the coolest video game horror experiences of the year.
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The new Gen Alpha slang 'fanum tax' has even stumped Gen Zers, who worry they're too old to keep up
- The phrase "Fanum tax," coined by the comedy creator Fanum, has taken over TikTok this week.
- Fanum created the term in late 2022 to describe a humorous bit where he took food from his friends.
- Like with the meme "Skibidi toilet," even Gen Z is perplexed by Gen Alpha internet memes.
Gen Z internet users are baffled by the sudden explosion of new memes popularized by Gen Alpha, the younger generation of those born in the 2010s, and are worried they are now becoming uncool.
The latest Gen Alpha meme to bamboozle the older generations is "Fanum tax."
Earlier this week, the TikToker Anthony Mai shared he was confused about what "Fanum tax" is — and, more importantly, if he and others are starting "to lose touch" with online cultural relevancy. His video has been viewed 3.7 million times.
"Gen Alpha is making their own memes now. It has begun," Mai wrote in on-screen text. "We are the next cringe gen on the chopping block."
@blank.antho what is fanum tax ♬ Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler - homestucklover398
So what is "fanum tax?" To the best of our cringe abilities, we will try to unpack this for you.
Fanum tax was inspired by a creator's joke about taxing foods he gives friends
Fanum tax comes from the comedy creator Fanum, who is a member of streamer Kai Cenat 's influencer crew AMP. The phrase refers to the way Fanum would jokingly "tax" other members of AMP in 2022 by taking bits of their food when they were eating, according to the digital culture database KnowYourMeme . The website says the meme is popular with both Gen Alpha and Gen Z, but numerous Gen Zers, like Mai, say they were not aware of the meme at all.
The term "Fanum tax" blew up on TikTok this week, thanks largely to the viral song "Sticking Out Your Gyat for the Rizzler." In it, a young, squeaky voice parodies the musician SUICIDAL-IDOL's TikTok hit "ecstasy" by listing off a bunch of new internet slang , like "rizzler," "skibidi," and "Fanum tax." "Sticking out your gyat for the rizzler, you're so skibidi, you're so fanum tax, I just wanna be your sigma," the lyrics go. The song was originally posted on October 4 by the user @papaboy020 and featured a character dancing in Roblox.
@papaboy020 give views #foryoupage #foryou #fyp #dahood ♬ original sound - papaboy
In a video about the song that's been viewed over 3.7 million times, a 23-year-old woman said she understood everything up until "Skibidi" and "Fanum tax." Numerous younger Gen Zers hopped into the comments to say they, too, had no context clues for the viral lyrics. While most listeners seem vaguely aware of what "Skibidi toilet" is, since the meme about the animated talking toilet has been popular online for a few months, "Fanum tax" is newly perplexing.
"I'm 17 next month, i know what fanum tax is but i had to be told it, is this what old people experienced," one commenter asked. "Im gen z but what is fanum tax," another top comment said with a crying emoji.
"Im 14 and idek what fanum tax is bro," one person confessed.
The fitness influencer Nathan Freihofer, who is at the tail end of Gen Z at age 26, made a video saying he had "never felt old" until he heard the song.
@dance_w_jm Is gen alpha even real #millenials #genz #genalpha #gyat #rizzler #skibidi #fanumtax ♬ original sound - violadagoomba (Robert)
"I'm 16 and I'm still clueless," one viewer responded to his sentiment.
In addition to being confused, some TikTokers have created parody videos using "Fanum tax" as an example of how bizarre they feel Gen Alpha slang has become. One popular clip imagines that all the little kids on Roblox voice-chat sing the meme song. A skit influencer made a video pretending to be an annoying kid who overuses terminally online slang.
"Fanum tax! Fanum tax!" he screams while snatching a bag of chips from a woman behind the camera. "You have gyat to be rizzing me!"
@jaksin21 Fanum tax 😂😂 #foryou #fyp #xyzbca ♬ original sound - Jaksin
Another TikToker lamented how she strives to be "the cool zillennial sister" but finds it difficult when her little brother drops new slang on her. "I've seen fanum tax explained three times and i still don't get it," she wrote in the description of her video.
Other users have taken to TikTok to call out Gen Z users for calling Gen Alpha memes cringe. "Please don't do the same thing that millennials do to us, to gen A," one Gen-Zer wrote in a video . "You don't have to get every joke on the internet. Not finding this funny, does not make you better than gen A."
When his term went viral on TikTok this week, Fanum recorded himself reacting to "Sticking Out Your Gyatt for the Rizzler" and said he approved of the parody track and wanted to know who created it.
"I kinda fuck with it though, that's why I keep bumping it gang," he said.
Insider has reached out to Fanum for comment.