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Old 28th April 2003, 11:40 PM   #1
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Well hello. I finaly decided to sign up to the forums after nosing about for a while as it looks like my project just got a bit of a kick start, so I may be after a bit of advice in the near futre on the two projects I have in planning at the moment.

The first of these projects, which I have been thinking about for a while, will be a micro controler based pre-amp with a nice graphical VFD dispaly on it. There is still a lot I need to do on this thing though, as I still only have a vauge idea of what it should be capable of doing (well, I know what it SHOULD do, but the is a large list of things I would like to go with it).

The second project is a bit of a monster amp to conect up to aformentioned pre-amp. This thing should be good for 200W/PC into 8 ohms, and happily go all the way to 800W/PC for 2 ohms. This may sound a little optomistic givin the power it would suck up, but if you look at the picture below you will see what I have just got me two of. Rather large 40-0-40 transformers wich are rated well over 1500VA (not bad for only 40 for the pair new ) which should provide more than enough power to drive a single channel as mentioned above. The only thing I'm not to sure about at the moment is where I can get me some good, cheep power supply caps with a ripple current rating of over 20A in the UK. If anyone can help me out there I would very much apreciate it.

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Anyway thats it for now, but you should be hearing more from me about the forums as the projects start to pick up pace after (or durign) my exams.

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Old 29th April 2003, 12:23 AM   #2
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Welcome.

Since your xformer looks like a chicken, I recommend you use a case designed like a coop....maybe steel mesh (chicken wire) to block rfi lining a plexiglass case?

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Old 29th April 2003, 12:37 PM   #3
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Never noticed that I bought two chickens, oops. But I see what you meaen, I'll just have to hope the chickens cook good when conected up to the mains, .
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Old 29th April 2003, 03:05 PM   #4
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Hi bigparsnip

Nice little transformer you've got there

Welcome to the forums

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Old 29th April 2003, 03:23 PM   #5
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Thanks very much slowmotion, hopefuly I should have some other bit and pieces to go with them soon as well.
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