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Old 1st February 2009, 11:07 PM   #2631
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Sounds like progress! Doublecheck the pinouts on your transistors before reinstalling, we don't know what you're using and some of the manufacturers pics can be confusing.
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Old 1st February 2009, 11:24 PM   #2632
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So I could just add back in the thermistors without the other current limiting parts?


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yup

you can put back current limit if you are sure that bjts are alive
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I finished my F5 with CViller's power supply and amp pcb's to keep my pair of F4's company. It went together really easily and biased up with no problems at all. Thanks Christian and Papa for this little gem!

Antek toroid, TSHA 22k uf caps, PRP resistors, etc. Nothing fancy.

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Old 1st February 2009, 11:36 PM   #2636
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Thats Pretty. Really nice and simple job on the amp layout and case.
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I finished my F5 with CViller's power supply and amp pcb's to keep my pair of F4's company. It went together really easily and biased up with no problems at all. Thanks Christian and Papa for this little gem!

Antek toroid, TSHA 22k uf caps, PRP resistors, etc. Nothing fancy.

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you have place and sink capacity for two more channels in that case ....

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you have place and sink capacity for two more channels in that case ....

Just keeping my options open for higher power F6, F7, ...F99 or whatever... I do have a few more F5 boards and a couple tubes of Mosfets just in case. One F5 should be fine for the CD/waveguide mid/tweet of my CS2's with Pumpkin @15db to balanced mono F4's on bass.
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Nice work on the amp.What is ther mesh made from on the top of your amp ? Looks like a good option for ventilation and economy.
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I finished my F5 with CViller's power supply and amp pcb's to keep my pair of F4's company. It went together really easily and biased up with no problems at all. Thanks Christian and Papa for this little gem!

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Old 2nd February 2009, 12:16 PM   #2640
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Good Job Tom, nice and clean.
Can you tell us how sound compared with F4?
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