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Old 25th April 2013, 03:19 AM   #1081
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It's not just you - they must be getting hammered right now, it's ludicrously slow.
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you can try stål.
Out of curiosity, what's the going rate for aluminum in Norway ?
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Out of curiosity, what's the going rate for aluminum in Norway ?
are you thinking of the price?
depending on thickness, 5-10USD pr Kg. 3-10mm. "standar" aloy.
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Nothing worse than ordering parts
Especially when your a total newb like me, when I go to mouser and search for 10 ohm resistor and get 2000 different options I would like to know that I am getting the right ones.


Hopefully from the help of you guys, and me doing this it will help others and make if easier for folks to just go in and click a link or insert a certain bom, and done.

Now I just need to figure our how to upload the file, as diyaudio.com is telling me that it is a invalid file.
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Old 25th April 2013, 11:38 AM   #1086
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Now I just need to figure our how to upload the file, as diyaudio.com is telling me that it is a invalid file.
Is there a way you can 'save' it at mouser and post the link?

Or maybe make it a google doc, and post that link?
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Old 25th April 2013, 05:37 PM   #1087
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Lets see if this work, if it does I don't know if everything is right. I think I tried to pick metal film resistors. Let me know if there is anything that needs changes. I figured the transistors and other stuff are coming from other vendors, so I will try and do a google doc later and put those on the original bom.

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thinking of the price?
Wondering how you manage to spend $2000 on a monaural amp.
Obviously, it's not the alloy.
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Wondering how you manage to spend $2000 on a monaural amp.
Obviously, it's not the alloy.
$2000. wel.
heatsinks: $250
transformer: $200
PSU: $250
softstart: $100
amp parts: $200
15Kg alu: 150
cutting and CNC of alu: $150-200
misc: $200
PCB: $40
and then ther is finnish. (Paint and anodize)

this is pr monoblock.

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Old 28th October 2013, 07:17 PM   #1090
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Default Magic Smoke

Does anyone have the F5 schematic with the correct measured voltages around the circuit.

I got a little puff of magic smoke out of mine when I first turned it on.

The supply rails are OK, there is no measured output voltage but the initial bias is very high.
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