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Old 14th November 2012, 10:19 PM   #951
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You can find many many kits if you want but not for me.
If money is not a matter please you buy a new one as me.
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Old 14th November 2012, 10:39 PM   #952
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Look everyone, I GAVE out the schematic here. Do what you want with it!

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Hi John

Thank you for explaining the schematic of the amp.

I am particularly interested in the psu section.... would you care to give us a hint on how you implemened it ?

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Old 15th November 2012, 03:35 PM   #954
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I don't have a schematic for the power supply. It was taken from the JC-2. However, any regulated power supply of +/- 24V should do a good job, because each channel is BUFFERED in the supply by mosfet cap followers. Try to avoid RFI and make a CLEAN GROUND, and you have what you need.
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Zoom in & a new boy (JC 2)

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I don't have a schematic for the power supply. It was taken from the JC-2. However, any regulated power supply of +/- 24V should do a good job, because each channel is BUFFERED in the supply by mosfet cap followers. Try to avoid RFI and make a CLEAN GROUND, and you have what you need.
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You bought another one ?
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Old 2nd December 2012, 08:58 PM   #958
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Nice to see a well designed unit, with PSU in the box it's dealing with.

All this seperate transformers...
...seperate boxes...
...seperate pre-regs...
...seperate regs...
...seperate on/off switches ?
( suppose it could be worth it, if LP's came on 2 discs, one for each channel; & you played them simultaneously on 2 turntables )

Next we will need a 'seperate building' to house each channel...
...and a seperate 'power-station' to provide the juice.
NOW were talkin' !

Can't see myself, how it makes having 'solid grounding' easy...
...with all this 'seperate box' malarky.

Seems like the grounds should all go back to the source, ultimatly.
Difficult with a zillion umbilicals & boxes.

Nice job John.

Cheers.

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