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Old 17th April 2012, 08:13 AM   #121
Rudi_Ratlos is offline Rudi_Ratlos  Germany
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Gentlemen,

we are exactly in time.
This is the message that I received from the etching company today:

Dear Rudi,
Your order is confirmed Apr 17, 2012 08:29 and schedule to deliver on Apr 23, 2012.
We will send you delivery details as delivered. Please let us know if had any questions, thank you.


There is an order backlog of about 100 0R1 emitter resistors though.
I will be able to dispatch the international orders in time, but will send the resistors to the German DIYers one week later.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos
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Old 17th April 2012, 09:10 AM   #122
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Good news, the soldering iron is hot.
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Old 18th April 2012, 02:48 PM   #123
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Gentlemen,

patience is not one of my outstanding virtues!
Waiting for the PCBs to arrive, waiting for the NJL-transistors, waiting for the emitter-resistors, for the 4 x 34VAC / 50W transformer, ...

I would like and start soldering, listening right now - as most of you.

I have already built a prototype.
I know, how to do it, everything is in my mind.

I am currently writing the "FC-100 Builder's Manual".
The manual will be done by the end of the week, and I will write down all the tricks and hints to make this AMP a marvellous, glamorous success.

I will send the manual to all of you.
The manual will be written in German, of course.
You have then 1 or 2 weeks to either learn the German language - or use the "GOOGLE translator".

Slow down, Rudi, and learn to wait.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos
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Old 18th April 2012, 03:19 PM   #124
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Gentlemen,

patience is not one of my outstanding virtues!
Waiting for the PCBs to arrive, waiting for the NJL-transistors, waiting for the emitter-resistors, for the 4 x 34VAC / 50W transformer, ...

I would like and start soldering, listening right now - as most of you.

I have already built a prototype.
I know, how to do it, everything is in my mind.

I am currently writing the "FC-100 Builder's Manual".
The manual will be done by the end of the week, and I will write down all the tricks and hints to make this AMP a marvellous, glamorous success.

I will send the manual to all of you.
The manual will be written in German, of course.
You have then 1 or 2 weeks to either learn the German language - or use the "GOOGLE translator".

Slow down, Rudi, and learn to wait.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos
Rudi - If you need help translating, let me know! Which transformers did you get?
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Old 18th April 2012, 03:47 PM   #125
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Martin,

Claus and I ordered a "customer-specific wound 4 x 34 VAC / 50W torroid transformer" from BADEL

(Ringkerntransformator, Transformatoren, Ringkerntransformatoren, Ringkern, Ringkern-Transformator, Trafo)

a long time ago.
The price of this transformer is: 16,20 € + 19% VAT + Shipping.

This transformer is required for the shunt-regulators of the frontends of the AMP, which require +/-39VDC @ 21.5mA per rail.

ANTEK offers 2 x 34VAC transformers as well, but only starting at 200W.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos

P.S. Currently I am using a 2 x 35VAC / 160W transformer, which does its job quite well for all of the shunts.

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Old 18th April 2012, 08:05 PM   #126
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Martin,

Claus and I ordered a "customer-specific wound 4 x 34 VAC / 50W torroid transformer" from BADEL

(Ringkerntransformator, Transformatoren, Ringkerntransformatoren, Ringkern, Ringkern-Transformator, Trafo)

a long time ago.
The price of this transformer is: 16,20 € + 19% VAT + Shipping.

This transformer is required for the shunt-regulators of the frontends of the AMP, which require +/-39VDC @ 21.5mA per rail.

ANTEK offers 2 x 34VAC transformers as well, but only starting at 200W.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos

P.S. Currently I am using a 2 x 35VAC / 160W transformer, which does its job quite well for all of the shunts.
I would be interested in the group buy. Also, whatever parts I need that were not in the shopping carts you provided Also, if you can make some more transistor matching pcbs

schönen abend noch
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Old 19th April 2012, 04:33 AM   #127
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Add me in the next GB if not possible in this GB.

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Old 22nd April 2012, 06:39 PM   #128
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Gentlemen,

the PCBs have been etched and already arrived at Frankfurt / Germany.
This is the tracking URL: DHL | Tracking | English

In the meantime I have also received another 100 emitter 0R1 / MPC74 emitter resistors.
I am now able to ship all of your orders on Tuesday or Wednesday (depending on the arrival date of the PCBs)
with the exeption of the orders of Claus, Franz, Michael and Duc, whom I ask to wait until the first week of May,
when I am supposed to receive the remaining resistors.

I have finished the FC-100 Builder's Manual in the meantime and will ask a German DIY-friend to proofread the manual.
Then I will send it to all of you via EMail.

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos
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Old 22nd April 2012, 07:19 PM   #129
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Hello,

if someone of these exceptions wants to go ahead in the next week - pls contact Rudi, cause I have no time at all in the moment and can wait till may easy.
best from Ruhrpott / Germany
Klaus
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Old 22nd April 2012, 09:21 PM   #130
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rudi:

thanks for the update.
no problems waiting if that helps.

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