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MikeW 1st August 2003 02:38 PM

Best Pass Amp Scrap A30
 
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MikeW 1st August 2003 02:41 PM

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MikeW 1st August 2003 02:51 PM

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#3. The amp is +/- 24 volts. Victoria magnetics 400VA 19vac transformer. 112,000 uf of caps per rail. The MOSFET's are IRFP260 so there are half as many. Boards are Brian GT's from Dale. The rest is left over from other projects.

MikeW 1st August 2003 03:06 PM

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I will take this down if peopple start sending me chocolates.:clown: :clown: :yuck:

JOE DIRT® 1st August 2003 03:11 PM

LMAO Mike....I`ll send you chocolates when you send me some of your Lobster...hahahaha

Netlist 1st August 2003 03:26 PM

How long have you been standing there posing with your amp? ;)
Or is it the sun that made your face red? :devily:
Looks like a very nice and heavy peace of work!
I like the plexy on the 3 sides.
What's the one black side made off?
And most of all, how does it sound? Like Like Peanut Butter and Chocolate?

Greetings

/Hugo :)

MikeW 1st August 2003 03:34 PM

It was the sun. People kept rolling me back into the water. The black side is another heatsink. It sounds great. That's why it is the best.:clown:

jarek 1st August 2003 04:33 PM

Hi Mark!
My congratulatoins, it’s great!
I see, you also have a problem with your foots when you take a picture? (at #3) :)
Is there any problem with temperature of heatsinks? Are they at the same temperature? Haw I could see, irfp240's of one channel participate two diferent hestsinks.

MikeW 1st August 2003 04:56 PM

The heatsinks are only about 45 Degrees. They are very close to the same temperature.

nbaula 2nd August 2003 02:13 AM

Hi! Mike what did you use to cut the hole on the flexiglass where the cap is mounted. I'm thinking of doing the same thing don't have to buy clamps.


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