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Old 26th August 2005, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default Basic 5066 Diagram for the Novice!

I have attatched a dia' for the newies who just want to put their SI Amp (un-modded), in a new box with a better volume control and new terminals.
Hope it is of some help?
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Old 26th August 2005, 12:45 PM   #2
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Cool Ummmm, here is it?

That's a good idea, but where is the attachment?
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Thumbs up Excellent!

OK. That's great and very useful for many users who just want better connectors and a pot change. Good work!

I must have been reading your post before the attachment showed up. It was late in the night here at GMT -0500.
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That is most appreciated.

Thank you for making the effort!

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Does anyone know what are the "original caps" values on the speaker outputs? I'm building one of them AMP3 kits form 41hz.com and need to buy all the stuff now that I have a store at hand... cause I'm traveling again soon.

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Does anyone know what are the "original caps" values on the speaker outputs? I'm building one of them AMP3 kits form 41hz.com and need to buy all the stuff now that I have a store at hand... cause I'm traveling again soon.

Thanks !

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Paulo,
You should have every part you need in the kit. You will need things like a power supply, case, input/output connectors, power connector, power switch and wire. You will need a power supply buffer cap of something like 22,000uf @ 16v but no output speaker terminal caps. .15uf caps are used in the Sonic Impact but it sounds better when you remove them.
Take your time and wind the inductors neatly. This is important to the sound.
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Default Re: Basic 5066 Diagram for the Novice!

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I have attatched a dia' for the newies who just want to put their SI Amp (un-modded), in a new box with a better volume control and new terminals.
Hope it is of some help?

this is exactly what I need to do on mine, you are terrific. Being a complete newbie, is there a web page (on this side of Atlantic or is it Pacific), where I can get the part?

being a newbie, when there are too many choices I am not sure which is the right part. I prefer to order here (http://www.allelectronics.com/index.html) but not sure if the RCA input, potentiometer, and speaker out plugs are available.

thanks so much.

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