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Old 2nd August 2010, 11:08 PM   #1
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YouTube - Exploding electronic components in HD
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Old 2nd August 2010, 11:13 PM   #2
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Warning, it starts with a BANG! So dial down the volume...
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Of course it starts with a bang, it's done to the ending of the 1812 Overture! No credit to the musical performance, but it sounds like a high school brass band.

Be sure to read the comments, especially the MOSFET acronym expansion. Reminds me of Mosfet's Fence and Pluming, a good source for gates and drains.

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Bang and Overture.
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YouTube - EEVblog #42 - Exploding Capacitors in High Speed
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Now that's creative: YouTube - Exploding Capacitors with fire.
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Of course it starts with a bang, it's done to the ending of the 1812 Overture! No credit to the musical performance, but it sounds like a high school brass band.

What's that brand?

Bang and Overture.
There is no credit to the artistic value of any 1812 performance which Tchaikovsky wrote for a festival to celebrate the russian defeat of the napoleonic army. In his own words:"I am not a concoctor of festival pieces."
and the overture would be "very loud and noisy but without artistic merit because I wrote it without warmth and without love".
It did pay the bills though…

Classical commercial cr*p. In this I agree with Mr Tchaikovsky.
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