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Old 23rd May 2011, 02:31 AM   #11
Cassiel is offline Cassiel  Libya
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I don't understand your post flg, was that meant to be funny? Perhaps witty? LOL. I have all the info I need to build the amp without touching the F5 thread. Thanks God. I think this is a simple amp to build. MF15 has MASSIVE heatsinks. My caps are the right size for the PCB (I understand what 35mm means).

Then I would like to ask you, why would you be wanting to build it?
Papa looks smart.

you just want one of us who has put in the time to wade through all the newbe questions and thoughtful technical answers to just give you the important stuff?
You guessed it. I've got the links for the important stuff now, no need to read all the crap that I'm sure lies hidden in those 1.000 pages.

Edit: OK, i just read your second post. Thanks for that.

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Old 23rd May 2011, 03:39 AM   #12
NYCOne is offline NYCOne  United States
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Originally Posted by Cassiel View Post
Marra - thanks for the links.

Of course. Already downloaded, will read it tonight.
NP's article is the bible. You can't go wrong by following it religiously. If you're like I was on my first read, most of it went right over my head.

The only advice I might give is read the article as you build. It may sink in faster. At least for me (no electrical background) it all took a while. The toughest part from my perspective was most forum members are pretty conversant with amp-speak, it can be quite intimidating.
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