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Old 21st February 2003, 02:48 PM   #11
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Thanks for the pictures !!!
Very inspiring, Robert
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Old 21st February 2003, 03:21 PM   #12
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I, particularly, like those blue electrolytics.
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Since you can't see that, I used velcro to attach them to the 1/4 in g10 plate for easy 'tweaking'.
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Since you can't see that, I used velcro to attach them to the 1/4 in g10 plate for easy 'tweaking'.
Ah, the boards are pretty nice too!


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Default velcro

Ah velcro rules, I have a server in my home office and I use industrial strength velcro to keep a pack of 3 80gig harddrives together, never fails.
What a man and his dog can invent.

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that is actually a std profile heatsink I got from ebay, it was 36'' long and I cut it in 4 pieces.
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is that an X in those wires at the top of the grounding plate?


Grataku... such nice work, why tempt the Blue LED Gods??




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moe29, where u hanging and what r u building???
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Hey ststone - did you catch the Tori show the other night? She's
the best.

i'm up in Clearwater, and at the moment i'm building a BOSOZ
and a 5W SOZ. The SOZ is going to be done in monoblocks,
i'm working on assembling the chasis now. This is my first build
it from scratch project, so it's taking a while! I just finished
assembling the power supply of the BOSOZ tonight. I etched the
boards from the article and they're both stuffed. I'm just putting
them in some cheap alluminum chassis right now. I'm going to
use the BOSOZ to drive the SOZ using balanced inputs.

(hope i haven't crashed this thread!) ((pics when i get done!))

Projects like Grataku's are very inspiring! I hope what i build
turns out half as well


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