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Old 4th April 2008, 07:06 PM   #111
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Although I didn't try OsCons, they could be considered too.
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I see that it seems advisable/neccessary? to use a puck on top of the CD. Are these easily available ?
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I see that it seems advisable/neccessary? to use a puck on top of the CD. Are these easily available ?
Use the one built into the lid..
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Old 4th April 2008, 07:45 PM   #114
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Thanks Peter. Unfortunately I don't have access to the NOS ERO, so I'll have to use the MKP1837 or perhaps a WIMA or something. I've never really liked the OSCONS, I'd be more likely try to the Elna or Rubycon ZA/ZL first, but the Black Gates are cheap enough for me.

Looks like I'll buy the following once the item arrives, as from what I've gathered from the thread this seems to be the current recommendations:

Digikey:
(1) 300-8441-ND
(1) LM7808CT-ND
(2) MSR860GOS-ND
(1) HM548-ND

Michael Percy:
(1) Caddock MK-132 75.0R
(1) Vishay S102 60.0R
(1) BG STD 1000/25
(1) BG FK 2200/35
(2) BG N 4.7/50
(1) BG N 10/50
(1) BG N 33/16
(1) BG NX 47/6.3

Hopefully I didn't miss anything!
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Old 4th April 2008, 08:01 PM   #115
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I have had significant problems contacting Mr. Percy.
Hope all is well, but I could not get an order in with him. Had to use Soniccraft and PartsConnexion instead. Both I can talk to on the phone as well. Too bad, he has a good selection of parts.

This is not meant to bash him, just a heads up.
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I have had significant problems contacting Mr. Percy.
Hope all is well, but I could not get an order in with him. Had to use Soniccraft and PartsConnexion instead. Both I can talk to on the phone as well. Too bad, he has a good selection of parts.

This is not meant to bash him, just a heads up.

all too true. Problem is I cannot get the S102 from either of these sources.
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Old 4th April 2008, 08:19 PM   #117
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Getting hard to find in the UK as well, I just got one from www.bennettsonline.co.uk Don't know what I'm going to do with it but thought I better get one. If I wait till I understand what to do then it'll be too late
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BG N 4.7/50 are no longer available neither from Percy nor Partsconnexion.
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Default 4.7/50v

Handmade Electronics has those in Silimic II for .25 cents.
Oh yes. They seem to good to deal with as well.
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Old 4th April 2008, 08:49 PM   #120
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BG N 4.7/50 are no longer available neither from Percy nor Partsconnexion.

soniccraft carries them, just ordered a few.
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