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Old 10th June 2008, 07:17 AM   #1111
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Cool, there's a DIY-Girl F5 builder on the Thai list.

(makes me wonder if there's an ex-Threshold JP lady soldering on the kitchen effort when the Master is having one of his Cali Cabernet hangovers again)
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Here's a modification -- I put in 2 vias on each resistor lead -- 75 mil diameter, 39 mil drill, spaced 600 mils.

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Old 10th June 2008, 02:21 PM   #1114
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"Yes. The B1 is scheduled beginning of July."

Anybody can tell me more about this new project? I'm impatient...
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"Yes. The B1 is scheduled beginning of July."

Anybody can tell me more about this new project? I'm impatient...

naah .......

just a fancy hair - dryer ..............

just go and buy cheap chinese one ......... it's cheaper and hotter ......


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The Mills 5w is 0.17" dia x 0.562" body, 0.032" lead dia.
Mills 5w from PartsConnexion

I didn't compute it but assume a single 5w 100r would be enough(?)

Parallel 100ohms = one 50 ohms. Buy a mills 50ohms. (actually four for two channels)
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Old 10th June 2008, 03:10 PM   #1119
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Thanks danny_66.

"The B4 Crossover / Equalizer has been designed around the needs of full range speakers (Lowther, Fostex, and all the newer entries). It has circuitry for equalizing to the needs of full range drivers and for adding a woofer."
perfect for my Fe206.
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Parallel 100ohms = one 50 ohms. Buy a mills 50ohms. (actually four for two channels)
Of course, but I just wanted to make sure you don't need that much dissapation for some reason not obvious to my tiny brain. Since it is just feedback I doubt it. Likely the 100r 3w are just what Nelson had a lot of so there are two ;-)
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