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Old 4th May 2003, 01:49 PM   #1
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Red face PASS-YAX2-JH pcb.

A little playing with board maker - here is the result.

Pls. for comment or suggestion!

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Old 4th May 2003, 02:06 PM   #2
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Default Re: PASS-YAX2-JH pcb.

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Pls. for comment or suggestion!

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This looks simply great!! And very compact. Can we use TO3P's as well?
JH will love it.
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Default PASS-JAX2_JH Pcb.

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Proto- boards will be finished tomorrow.
I already have all parts so the amp. will be finished in the next few day's.

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My only suggestion is possibly making provision for Ro to be a precision trimmer (1k or so). This is the magic resistor since it can alter so much of the amp - gain, feedback, and frequency slope. I can see my self wanting to play with the value...
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My only suggestion is possibly making provision for Ro to be a precision trimmer (1k or so). This is the magic resistor since it can alter so much of the amp - gain, feedback, and frequency slope. I can see my self wanting to play with the value...

Thanks for suggestion - it will be done!

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Old 4th May 2003, 04:44 PM   #6
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Hi,

Maybe I missed something. It seems that this PCB is for a power amp? Is there another hread about a PASS-YAX2-JH schematic?

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Maybe I missed something. It seems that this PCB is for a power amp? Is there another hread about a PASS-YAX2-JH schematic?

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http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...558#post129558

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Nice, but how about arranging the power trannies along one side so you only need the one heatsink
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Default Check the whole Size for the T03

It looks to me that the whole size is to small for the standard lead. The leads are about .040" so the whole size should be about .045". If these are plated through, you should consult with the the PCB vendor about the loss in diameter from plating.


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What is the Power output. ?

You going to post any pic's..
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