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Old 9th June 2005, 11:15 PM   #21
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Other picture of car amp+ preamp.These days I will put picture of SMPS and complete car amplifer
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where is the part's list? only the resistors and capacitors are labled.
i don't know witch IC is witch and also the transistors?
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hi ,

you have mentioned that your smps,amp,preamp is based on Kenwood KAC-716 . could you please post the original kenwood schematics (as used in kenwood amp) for reference purpose . i would be highly obliged.

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I have seen quite a few references to winding a ferrite core, but haven't yet managed to find a good source for ferrite cores. Where did you get yours?

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Thanks for those pdf. and zip. files.........it was a big boost to a hobbysist like me
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Now days I will post pictures of finished car amplifier KAC-716. ALso I am finishing car amplifier based on KAC-529S - 2x70W.
The promotional materilas will be shown here on this site.
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I have seen quite a few references to winding a ferrite core, but haven't yet managed to find a good source for ferrite cores. Where did you get yours?

Thanks,

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hi, i've been looking for it here in my country...and i found out that those apc ups have it because it has an inverter 12v to 220volts....and probably all ups and inverter are a good source....hope you find one...good luck
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