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Old 22nd October 2012, 09:37 PM   #1
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Default WTB...1 x 4780 ic and Caps.

Looking to buy 1 LM4780 and 4 x 10000uf capacitors to finish off a BrianGT stereo board i have. All other components are fitted.

Nothing fancy or too expensive, just want to finish it.
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Old 24th October 2012, 09:57 PM   #2
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Looking to buy ... 4 x 10000uf capacitors
Electrolytic capacitor Mundorf MLytic AG glue on 10000 uF 63VDC 125C 2pin - Fidelity Components Shop

Does it fit to your design?
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Old 25th October 2012, 08:57 PM   #3
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Wow nice but a little out of my budget range, I'm on a ultra low income lol. the LM4780 is cheap enough from most suppliers. being a bit of a new comer to all this electronic stuff im kinda trying to learn as i go, so i will go mad and splash out when i'm confidant that neither my creation or me will fry at the flick of a switch.

My Audiosector 4780 works and sounds nice, but, just need a couple more good successes first.
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10000 uf caps are pricey if you have a budget. I take two 4700 snap in caps or three 3300 caps, depending on the price, and sandwich them between two pieces of polycarbonate plastic (window glazing, non-flammable).I drill holes for the snap in leads. Then I bus the plusses and minusses together with 18 ga wire, and route to the proper hole. I hold the sandwich together with 2 each 2" long #6 screws, then with another nut and washer I hold the sandwich to something permanent so they don't flop around. Much cheaper.
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