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Old 5th October 2005, 07:56 PM   #1
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Default Brotha'... can you spare some parts???

I am a leader in a Scouting organization. In fact, I am the Skipper of a Sea Scout Ship in Wisconsin.

Last year, I had about twenty Scouts build a MMTMM stereo speaker set.

Some have expresed an interest in building an amp....

I have secured very reasonable pricing from Avel for my group and I am now inquiring within our DIYAudio community.

Does anybody have any LM's 3875/3886 and PCB's that they anticipate they will not be building?

I have most of the other stuff we need, i.e., suitable wood for enclosures, heatsinks, wires, irons, etc.

So, if you have a board or some chips laying about, I'm interested i neither a donation to our kids or a "good-guy" price.

The board is OK otherwise you can contact me through email:

cmanning at metalworkingsystems.com

Thanks in advance...
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Old 5th October 2005, 08:47 PM   #2
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Default for sure

What's the deal with Avel?
Maybe I can join in the special pricing as well .....


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Old 5th October 2005, 09:09 PM   #3
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Sure, the more the better. Send your BSA Sea Scout application to me. Annual dues are $20.00.

By the way, don't forget to show up for dock day on Saturday and boat haul out next Saturday.

Lastly, be available to help the Scouts on this project Monday nights in February.
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Ive got a couple pairs of LM3875s that I wont be using. Amp building is a far cry from the stuff I did in scouts but then things were so uncomplex and lo-tech then. Oops, starting to sound like my grandfather.

PM me your address and I will send them off.


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Old 6th October 2005, 05:11 PM   #5
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A public thank you!

These kids are older... 14-20 years old. It's an easier age group (for me).
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