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Tea-Bag 14th February 2010 11:20 AM

Tea-Bag's IXYS Depletion Mosfet Group and SemiSouth R100 JFET group buy.
 
1/15/2012
Original messages has been deprecated.
The IXYS Depletion MOSFETs are no longer for sale.
I do currently try to keep around SemiSouth R100A's and R085's. If I don't have any available. Consider this a sign up sheet to get some.


Current stock is 1/15/2012
R100A matched pair - 50.00 plus 5.00 shipping. Registered mail is 15.00 extra, and recommended if ordering in quantity.
R100A matched quad - 110.00 plus shipping.
R085 matched pair 60.00 plus shipping

woodturner-fran 14th February 2010 11:57 AM

I'm in!

but the browser says the link in the body of your post is not a valid google spreadsheet.... but the one in your sig line is ok.


Fran

Tea-Bag 14th February 2010 12:19 PM

Your right. I will try to clean up the signature a bit too, but I am not to HTML saavy.

lae2 14th February 2010 09:00 PM

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...Ea1NtaUE&hl=en

TB, I used the link from the original GB thread to add 2 pairs of the SemiSouth FETs. You may have pasted the link name as identified by the forum software rather then the link location. A right click on a valid link allows you to copy the location. The forum display may truncate the link location to generate the link name. The name and location are not the same when the length for the location exceeds a certain number of characters. L


Tea-Bag 15th February 2010 12:15 AM

I do have the sign up link figured out in my signature. A thanks to Udailey on that one, who helps with my technical support occasionally.

sandbasser 15th February 2010 12:55 AM

Spreadsheet update!!!

Tea-Bag - you're a brave soul to do another Group Buy. Many, many thanks!

derwhalfisch 15th February 2010 12:59 AM

Sorry Tea-Bag, but could you briefly (in a word? :P) explain the difference between the two MOSFETs? I can't find a datasheet for the IXTH6N50D2.

Tea-Bag 15th February 2010 01:13 AM

Probably not too well. Nelson discusses the difference a bit in the two in the de-lite article.
The 6N can run without an input capacitor, Can take a little less juice and has less distortion in the audio band compared to the 50D. The design as nelson has it with the 6N probably is more fussy with the pre-amp.

I listen to the 50D and like it, with a Erse PolyPro capacitor. I think it sounds much different than the IRFP, National Semi, and Toshiba Mosfets. I have not heard the other, and to modify the circuit between the two does not look too difficult.
I can say a 'really good' 10uf capacitor, is expensive.

Tea-Bag 15th February 2010 01:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sandbasser (Post 2085704)
Spreadsheet update!!!

Tea-Bag - you're a brave soul to do another Group Buy. Many, many thanks!

I have lots of Bubble mailers :p:p

Tea-Bag 15th February 2010 01:17 AM

Data Sheet for 6N50D2
 
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Here is the datasheet from IXYS.


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