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Old 20th May 2012, 02:53 PM   #1241
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Old 21st May 2012, 04:26 PM   #1242
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Old 21st May 2012, 08:06 PM   #1243
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hi everbody!

I (proudly ) present my two F5 mono-blocks.
Since semptember 2011 I worked on them- it is too much to tell, but now they are ready to make some fascinating music for me.

The case is made from 10mm aluminium, which is anodized in non-glare black.
Heatsink is the back of the tower case, it was CNC-milled to fit all the in/ouputs.
It was really hard work, I learned much about programming and working on some atmega's and displays, current-measure-IC's and mechanical things.

The PCB's are from the diyaudio shop, and they are perfect!
I have to make some pics from inside, but in the moment its a little bit chaotic.

They sound sooooooo nice, I am speechless.

THANK YOU SO MUCH EVERBODY HERE, especially NELSON! (and thanks to martin from austria for all the emails and tips!)
(and sorry for my bad english...)

cheers,
matthias
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Old 21st May 2012, 10:01 PM   #1246
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Old 22nd May 2012, 06:58 AM   #1247
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hi everbody!

I (proudly ) present my two F5 mono-blocks.
Since semptember 2011 I worked on them- it is too much to tell, but now they are ready to make some fascinating music for me.

The case is made from 10mm aluminium, which is anodized in non-glare black.
Heatsink is the back of the tower case, it was CNC-milled to fit all the in/ouputs.
It was really hard work, I learned much about programming and working on some atmega's and displays, current-measure-IC's and mechanical things.

The PCB's are from the diyaudio shop, and they are perfect!
I have to make some pics from inside, but in the moment its a little bit chaotic.

They sound sooooooo nice, I am speechless.

THANK YOU SO MUCH EVERBODY HERE, especially NELSON! (and thanks to martin from austria for all the emails and tips!)
(and sorry for my bad english...)

cheers,
matthias

How did you do the cool displays? Is there a build thread?
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Old 22nd May 2012, 07:26 AM   #1248
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hi everybody and thank you for your comments!

@NYCOne:
look at my thread here:
Few questions about the F5 amplifier



(the video shows only the first steps of programming. some big software bugs are gone now...)

the displays are from ebay. I bought them from a guy in poland.
nice price, very good quality and different colors, too.
the switches are from a case-modding-webshop somewhere in germany...

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Old 22nd May 2012, 09:23 AM   #1249
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