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Old 15th April 2013, 11:58 AM   #1
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Anyone have any suggestions? Solid silver bonded fin heatsinks? Liquid cooling? I like the silver, might look neat too! Real good heat transfer material.
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I think I might just use copper.. It's a little cheaper.
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How about a Zen V2 in an orange crate, and call it the Aleph 5000SE.

Still junk, but at least it's the American way.
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This is no simple undertaking, I won't be done overnight. I did find my 2/0 speaker/jumper wire, and I still have my soldering station/power supply, It says miller on it and it's blue and has a 20 hp v twin.
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i hope you'r not serious about this.
that will demand a X'ed cuircut. with +/-70V rails and 16A bias pr half.
and a dissipation of about 4500W pr ch. with 120V mains, you are looking at almost 40A Draw pr ch. good luck
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Of course im serious. Spot on. 220 mains. I tend to believe in what some call impossible. I remember seeing carver silver 7's. I don't think they ran off of a 9v battery. :-)

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and you will also need about 76 output devices pr ch. and 76 CCS devices.
and a 10KVA transformer pr ch. i have never seen a 10KVA 2*55V transformer.
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and you will also need about 76 output devices pr ch. and 76 CCS devices.
and a 10KVA transformer pr ch. i have never seen a 10KVA 2*55V transformer.
Im sure they could be made
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n3szd - Is everything all right? Reading your profile plus the posts make me wonder if all is OK.
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