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Old 4th December 2009, 04:54 AM   #1
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Default Rockby OZ weekend sale

http://www.rockby.com.au/Rockby/Mailer


10000uF 63V Snap-in Electro. Cap(Pk-4) $12.50
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Old 5th December 2009, 07:40 AM   #2
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That looks a very nice price Moondog. but the link isn't working.. this one should be ok ROCKBY SPECIALS PAGE 1

I'm tempted to buy a set as I'm going to want some big caps for my B1 project, but I was kinda hoping to use Nichicon KG's in that, only problem there is that where I was going to get them won't have stock till Feb 2010... Edit: my other problem is the freight would almost double the price

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How big is big enough??
I have 6 NOS here I bought when I thought building an amplifier was going to be my next project; is 36000uF 63V big enough ??
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too big for the B1 I haven't decided yet what I'm going to use but the original had 15,000 25V from memory... I was thinking of using 10,000 25V's but you can go as low as 1000 according to Nelson, that makes some elna silmics seem attractive too...

The other problem was I wanted to get some 10,000 80V KG's for my main amp at the same time to save on shipping.. I'll work something out

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This W/E they have some interesting resistors on sale, integral heat sinks for high powered operation, a bit much maybe for XOs but it's possible they may come in handy for high powered stuff, I have often thought a heatsink would be a good idea as I have had resistors scorch and melt the foam in old IMF stuff in the past ( not to mention the overheating of the coils at the same time.

http://www.rockby.com.au/Rockby/Mailer/MADNE222_1.htm
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