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MikeW 31st October 2009 05:05 PM

Parts give away
I have a ZV9, some transformers and a chassis for pass labs projects. Not to mention a couple thousand resisters. If someone around the Methuen, Mass. area wants them please come and pick them up this week. There is a dumpster in the driveway it will be emptied soon. Call me to arrange pick up 978-689-3612. Thanks in advance, Mike.

defect9 31st October 2009 07:16 PM

damn, I'm WAY to far away to come get those

Rodeodave 31st October 2009 07:25 PM

Or auction it off and donate to the forum...

MikeW 31st October 2009 07:57 PM

It's free. Whoever picks it up cam donate if they want. I have a few heatsinks also.:eek:

MikeW 31st October 2009 09:51 PM

ZV9 and Chassis are gone.

Melon Head 1st November 2009 02:17 AM

Just out of curiosity. Why are you off loading this stuff?
Have you built the perfect amp and given up on diy?

SoNic_real_one 1st November 2009 02:50 AM

Will you mail the some/all of the resistors in VA if I pay you for the shipping? Or is to much trouble?

MikeW 1st November 2009 10:09 AM

I could send you some.

MikeW 1st November 2009 01:30 PM


Originally Posted by thanh1973 (
Just out of curiosity. Why are you off loading this stuff?
Have you built the perfect amp and given up on diy?

I have built at least 30 amps over the last couple of years. There were ten or so amps around the house at any time. Ten or fifteen to other members to have fun with. I will probably build a couple more. Power jfet?
The company I work for has downsized. The is a lot of surplus that I have accumulated. I still have transformers from when Harvadian moved years ago. The DIYer are always looking for parts.

And I do have a system that I like very much.

Mark Allen 1st November 2009 03:59 PM


Might I suggest you look into Class D. Either get a board from Class-D Audio dot com or look at the kits over at 41hz audio's site. I ignored digital amps all these years and they've made such huge strides in the last several years as to virtually leave analog amps in the dust! My T.I. based Class-D Audio board is better then any of the stuff I've built over the years... Pass, Krell, etc, etc. I am finishing up what is probably my last analog amp project right now... the BPA-300 chip amps. I spent alot of money on the parts so I am going to finish them no matter what at this point.


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