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Old 13th September 2007, 09:00 PM   #91
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Looks like the total is 106 on the wiki.

It seems some didnt modify the total after adding there name to the list.
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Old 13th September 2007, 11:39 PM   #92
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tad, any instructions on how you want the payments? thanks.
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Old 14th September 2007, 12:04 AM   #93
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Default the wiki

I am about as uncomputer literate as they come. I had no idea how to make a wiki. I did however manage to get my own order on the page. I kept thinking if I have control here I will mess up for sure. Anyway I finally figured it out. That is what this entire process is all about learning new technology and enjoying the fruits of the many minor obstacles we conquer. If not for folks like Pinkmouse, AndrewT, Carlos, Nelson, Cordell, Jens and so many more with experience I would have given up long ago. Kudos to the founder of this forum and thanks.
For all of the folks who want boards. The final inspection of the zip file is not yet complete. So if I have to get 150 or 200 boards so be it. Let's just be patient. Tad
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Old 14th September 2007, 01:15 AM   #94
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I have placed the order for 120 boards with Advanced Circuits. They will ship in 4 weeks. If you wish to email me with name, shipping address,number of boards wanted, e-mail address I will make a file for distribution. I am going to have to do some research on shipping charges and go to Kinkos and get some envelopes to ship these in. I will have some numbers sometime later next week. The final board price is 13.00 U.S. with new customer discount and waiving of tooling charges. I guess Paypal would be the best way to handle this. Anyone know what there percentage is??
Boards are already paid for so we should be soldering in about 6 weeks. Any suggestions to above topics gladly appreciated. Thanks Tad
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Old 14th September 2007, 03:52 AM   #95
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USPS padded envelopes should be fine and paypal will allow you to pay for and print shipping labels directly...saves time and eliminates the redundancy of addressing by hand.
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Old 14th September 2007, 04:40 AM   #96
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Hello,
Would someone please, put me in on the wiki for two of the ten transistor PCB's, I am having browser problems and wasn't able to edit and post.
sincerely,
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Old 14th September 2007, 04:46 AM   #97
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I have placed the order for 120 boards with Advanced Circuits. They will ship in 4 weeks. If you wish to email me with name, shipping address,number of boards wanted, e-mail address I will make a file for distribution. I am going to have to do some research on shipping charges and go to Kinkos and get some envelopes to ship these in. I will have some numbers sometime later next week. The final board price is 13.00 U.S. with new customer discount and waiving of tooling charges. I guess Paypal would be the best way to handle this. Anyone know what there percentage is??
Boards are already paid for so we should be soldering in about 6 weeks. Any suggestions to above topics gladly appreciated. Thanks Tad

Paypal takes 3% right off the top. Since we have at least 4 weeks would you consider alternate forms of payment?
I can send you an address label already made out .
Also, a cheaper alternative would be to place the boards between two pieces of cardboard.
This is how I send photos and have never had a problem.
Padded envelopes tend to get beat up in my neck of the woods.
I appreciate the time and effort you and others have put in to make this possible.
THANKS!!!
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Old 14th September 2007, 11:35 AM   #98
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I do not really care how an individual pays for the boards. If you wisk to send a money order that is fine. I am going to have to figure out the shipping charge and paypal percetage and will post. They will be sent by mail. I have found for an item like this the post office is reliable and cheap. I plan on placing a cardboard insert into the package larger than the board to protect the corners. Does everyone agree that registered mail is necessary with proof of delivery. I assume that 2 standard rates, those within U.S. A. postal rate and an international rate should suffice for most of the postage.
I really want to build these amps. They looked so cool at Delta Audio all decked out. Nice big heavy pcb with lots of copper. Kinda like an old 50's car.
Anyway lets keep this alive and continue with the ideas. I have to start ordering parts to populate the board. Tad
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Old 14th September 2007, 01:09 PM   #99
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I do not really care how an individual pays for the boards. If you wisk to send a money order that is fine. I am going to have to figure out the shipping charge and paypal percetage and will post. They will be sent by mail. I have found for an item like this the post office is reliable and cheap. I plan on placing a cardboard insert into the package larger than the board to protect the corners. Does everyone agree that registered mail is necessary with proof of delivery. I assume that 2 standard rates, those within U.S. A. postal rate and an international rate should suffice for most of the postage.
I really want to build these amps. They looked so cool at Delta Audio all decked out. Nice big heavy pcb with lots of copper. Kinda like an old 50's car.
Anyway lets keep this alive and continue with the ideas. I have to start ordering parts to populate the board. Tad

I don't think registered mail is necessary, Priority mail with delivery confirmation is probably the most efficient as well as quickest way to ship USPS here in the U.S.
I am also anxious to build these amps. I have an Avel 800VA transformer sitting here collecting dust.
Any ideas for the chassis and heatsinks?
If you would email me with your address so I can send payment as well as an address label I would appreciate it.
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Old 14th September 2007, 03:10 PM   #100
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Hello,
Would someone please, put me in on the wiki for two of the ten transistor PCB's, I am having browser problems and wasn't able to edit and post.
sincerely,
Cambe
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