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Old 19th May 2005, 04:23 PM   #11
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Should be very interesting to see how the Amp3 compares to my diy J-fet buffered,zero feedback regulated Gain Clone.
I've also got a highly modded tube amp and an AvondaleNCC200 although the GC will probably be the main thing I'll compare it against
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You will need a power cord and/or inlet to the chassis. Fuse holder. Transformer of 300VA with 22 VAC center tapped. Rectifier bridge. Smoothing power supply capacitors of about 10,000 uF @ 50 volts.

You will also need a 5 volt regulator and the associated parts to make one up.

The 22 VAC transformer @ 300VA seems to be a bit of a rare bird. I have only found one, which is made by Plitron. Cost including shipping to CO is about $100.00
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Old 19th May 2005, 05:19 PM   #13
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You will need a power cord and/or inlet to the chassis. Fuse holder. Transformer of 300VA with 22 VAC center tapped. Rectifier bridge. Smoothing power supply capacitors of about 10,000 uF @ 50 volts.

You will also need a 5 volt regulator and the associated parts to make one up.

The 22 VAC transformer @ 300VA seems to be a bit of a rare bird. I have only found one, which is made by Plitron. Cost including shipping to CO is about $100.00
Try Victoria Magnetics. He will wind you one up. I think they run about 60.00 plus shipping. About 75.00 total. And delivery is qucker.


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Old 19th May 2005, 07:53 PM   #14
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Thanks for the information.

I have sent him a e-mail.

Hopefully it will be less expensive than Plitron, but just as good.
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