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Old 31st December 2012, 09:21 AM   #621
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Rudi, many thanks re advice on heatsinks and PS.
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Old 31st December 2012, 09:39 AM   #622
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Hi Adrian.

Many thanks, the chassis is standard 19 inch rack mounted, I did a modification to make it look nice, well making chassis is really tedious but i'm glad all module fit perfectly.
I think i did a great job on the modules placement, the amp is quiet no hum, no noise and it sounded great too.

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Old 31st December 2012, 09:03 PM   #623
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Old 2nd January 2013, 01:59 PM   #624
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hello,

is there any intention to start another round?
I'd love to get my hands on some of these boards....

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Old 2nd January 2013, 03:10 PM   #625
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Rudolf, I have not yet planned another round of group-buy for the SYMASYM.
But if there is some demand for it: I will do of course.

And I would like and offer: SYMASYM-PCBs, PSU-PCBs, SpeakerProtection-PCBs and Soft-Power-On PCB.

The SYMASYM is easy to build, is not using any CARNIVAL-components, can be DIYed by a beginner on a Saturday afternoon
and sounds astounding well.

Junie's build is the most beautiful DIY-build of an AMP that I have ever seen.
My own build (see attached image) cannot compete with Junie's build from a craftsmanship point-of-view - allthough:
I have given my SYMASYM a very outstanding attenuator: a motorized, remotely-controlled potentiometer adjusting
George Stantscheff's Lightspeed Attenuator.

Tell me which / how many PCBs you want to have.

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Old 2nd January 2013, 03:14 PM   #626
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P.S.:

I am currently working on the layout / programming of this PCB:

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Old 2nd January 2013, 04:22 PM   #627
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Rudi, you know, I'm always interested in your projects, because I like them ;-).
Let me know if you have more details.

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Old 2nd January 2013, 04:35 PM   #628
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Rudolf, I have not yet planned another round of group-buy for the SYMASYM.
But if there is some demand for it: I will do of course.

And I would like and offer: SYMASYM-PCBs, PSU-PCBs, SpeakerProtection-PCBs and Soft-Power-On PCB.

The SYMASYM is easy to build, is not using any CARNIVAL-components, can be DIYed by a beginner on a Saturday afternoon
and sounds astounding well.

Junie's build is the most beautiful DIY-build of an AMP that I have ever seen.
My own build (see attached image) cannot compete with Junie's build from a craftsmanship point-of-view - allthough:
I have given my SYMASYM a very outstanding attenuator: a motorized, remotely-controlled potentiometer adjusting
George Stantscheff's Lightspeed Attenuator.

Tell me which / how many PCBs you want to have.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos
Hi Rudi_Ratlos,

There is some demand : I am also interested in getting these SYMASYM-PCBs, with the others too (it should be : 4x SYMASYM-PCBs, 4x PSU-PCBs, 4x Speaker-Protection-PCBs, 4x Soft-Power-On-PCBs). I should prefer to pay you by bank transfer if possible. Let me know. Thank you.

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Old 2nd January 2013, 05:40 PM   #629
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Hi Rudi_Ratlos (nice nick ;-),

I would be interested in buying

4x SYMASYM-PCBs, 4x PSU-PCBs, 4x SpeakerProtection-PCBs and 4x Soft-Power-On PCBs

if you are really starting another GB.

And WOW, I am definitely looking forward to that new PCB of yours!
So far, I was looking into the AMB Laboratories LCDuino for that purpose, but getting all PCBs from one source is definitely a feature. And I still haven't decided on the preamp/buffer to use, so I can wait....

What kind of microcontroller are you planning to use?

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