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Old 3rd October 2008, 02:00 PM   #2011
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2. I can't get the blackgate N 10uF/50v (out of stock) so I went for a 33uF N instead. Anyone see any issues with that?
The suggested 10uF BG N was smaller than the originall value so going with 33uF should not be a problem.

All those BG N caps are PS bypasses, so the actual value is not critical. Proper voicing, with regards to size, may be influencial though and system/personal preferences dependant
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Old 3rd October 2008, 03:15 PM   #2012
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Today I completed the feet of the transport...

Pictures tell it all...
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Old 3rd October 2008, 03:17 PM   #2013
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I use Zapon Metal Lacker....so the copper stays nice and shiny
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Brass M8 so I can adjust the feet....but turned tight to the copper gave already a proper tilt and the spirit level was already perfect...
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...and the transport has its feet...
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....and a rather proud close-up...
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Nice work Erik!
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i have to agree - your cd stand is looking great.
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Today I made a matrix for the power supply unit.

All 4 EI trafo''s will get their own fully copper shielded compartment...

The Birch dividers have a copper plate in between...
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