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Old 2nd October 2012, 07:16 PM   #11
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yea that sounds good for power! My next question is, i like the VU meters on amps for asthetic....can that be integrated into these easily?
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Old 2nd October 2012, 09:23 PM   #13
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plenty of schmtcs on web

if you want it Pass style (showing bias and current hopla) - just put it across one source resistor , with 10-47K trimpot in-line
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Old 2nd October 2012, 10:05 PM   #14
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Ah GREAT!

I am starting to wonder if I should build just one for now to use in my office since my father-in-law is going to want his Adcom back....

What is the range that these can be built for? I know the sky is the limit on the exotic caps, etc. can be bought but I havent seen any general price ranges that most people spend on these. It looks pretty reasonable just by looking at the PCB you can buy direction from diyaudio.com
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read the article and read the thread

you'll figure out what's needed of hardware
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the most expensive parts are the power supply and heatsinks. the rest is only pocket change
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Old 2nd October 2012, 10:24 PM   #17
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alright, well, now it is time to convince the wife....

I noticed that diyaudio store has a list of parts you need so I will use that as a check list.

Only one question....am I going to want to get the F5 or F5c PCB?
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F5c or get some F5 turbo boards.
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one last question....for now atleast....

If i wanted to make it setup kinda like the mark levinson amps where the heatsinks are internal with openings in the top and bottom and put some quiet computer fans in the bottom for extra air circulation....would that have any negative affects?

Also, if I go this route I was thinking of making individual "modules" for the seperate channels on rails for easy servicing if possible....but not sure if it will work out that way at all...
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it will work

somewhere I saw arrangement like that

Cary , Bryston ?

just goggle pictures
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