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Old 2nd August 2008, 03:23 PM   #1
joka22 is offline joka22  United Kingdom
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I just ordered my first kit from peter daniels It was 2 amp pcb 2 rectfier bridge pcb and components. I think this is the classic dual mono kit i be using it in the stereo mode as I will use one toriod.
So i think i have spare rectifier bridge left as everyone who using the amp in stereo mode are using one rectifier bridge.

Just been on the antek website looked at the 3222 toriod. i asked john is this suitable for gainclone as i need 300va 2x22v he said yh it is suitable. but on the pdf file it shows one 230v and 2 115v and just one 22v secodnary.
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Old 2nd August 2008, 05:35 PM   #2
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Well,the kits from Peter Daniel (Audiosector) will include everything you need to build your GC.He even have Plitron transformers(very good),potentiometers(noble) just in case you need to order too.

PS: take your time to build it.Do not rush it.that way you will not make mistakes.Good luck.
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Old 2nd August 2008, 06:04 PM   #3
d to the g is offline d to the g  United States
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I just looked at the anteck pdf, and I'm pretty sure that the 3222 is supposed to have two 22 V secondaries. The 220 is most likely a typo. I'd email John to make sure that's the case though. I have a 500 VA trafo that from Antek that's been pretty good. Not great, but considering the price difference between Antek and Plitron, I can easily put that trafo in a shielded power supply box.
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Old 2nd August 2008, 06:10 PM   #4
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There is this great british website i really want to buy from them for 47 pound in total for the toriod but they not replied back to me as i can only pay by paypal as no money on the credit card.

wait here it is http://www.airlinktransformers.com/checkout.asp

so peter sells toriods to and noble pots i wonder if he is online so i request them as well.

here is the link of my old amplfiier now stripped to make room for the gainclone. I hyave moved the heatsinks from the back to front end of the section of the amp.


Here is another pic this time of my tools and bits taken from the amp which were toriod on sale now on ebay. I still got the 80vdc 6800uf caps , bridge (square thing) and screws and toshiba trans.

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