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Old 18th November 2013, 01:51 PM   #351
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small ones

and bigger ones



it really depends on circuit

I'm still just dreaming on mine , so no recipe from Mighty Moi
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The cap free riaa correction. Im thinking of building/buying me a winding machine. Traded me up on a bunch of step-motors. Any tips there? A Rasp Pi mebbe. Gotta freshen up my python.


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Old 18th November 2013, 04:49 PM   #353
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Default need advice

i have some caps for use in aleph J

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which one will perform better sounding for the J ???
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Old 18th November 2013, 05:25 PM   #354
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which one will perform better sounding for the J ???
No idea. Got bunches of the sames but I have come to like multiple small caps, 6800-10000 over cans. Tey 85 degree, dont mount in burning ampz.
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Old 18th November 2013, 05:33 PM   #355
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use them all

CLC or CRC

smaller then bigger
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Old 18th November 2013, 06:18 PM   #356
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I have such loads of stuff that just goes stiffy. I am such a looser of "baying things, to less bang for the timetaking. But I could prolly supply a generation of passgear. Besides my friend has loads of the original sandys. What to do? Put them up for grabs or?
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Old 18th November 2013, 07:10 PM   #357
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better to discuss off topic in da pub

however , gimme better translation , for sandys , and maybe a list

so I can advise - what to put for grabs and what to send to OPLDF

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I'm planning to use 6x 150.000uf/35v per channel (monoblock)
Papa sugest a slow diode in class a amp, but he only using 8x 15.000uf for his stuff.

Not sure for the big can caps.
Is it better to use fast or slow diode for bridge? Thanks

I have some MUR3020WT for the fast bridge.
And IR GBPC3502 35A for the slow.
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Old 23rd November 2013, 03:25 AM   #359
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fast + soft recovery + reliable

The latter will be an issue with such overkill of capacitance.
The MUR3020WT are fine, but I'd fit them on heatsinks though.
I don't need to mention you'll need a soft start, mate.
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Why do you say overkill of capacitance? I used 0.4f per channel on f5Tv2 and all my FW amps are using 0.4f for a mono PSU setup... As one wise man told me: Whatever makes you sleep better, right ZM? :-)
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