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Old 9th February 2004, 05:43 PM   #1
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Default IRF510 or IRF610 in bosoz?

Hello, I just wanna ask wich one of these you guys prefer, in terms of sound quality. If there is a difference... thinking about Rds on them if that maybe could make a difference.

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Transfo, wiring,diodes,capa,solder,volume will do much more on sound quality than the choice of 510/610 .
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Old 9th February 2004, 09:18 PM   #3
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Thanks for your answer.

Speaking off diodes.. the 1N4005 for rectifing, there must be something better than that. I have some OnSemi TO220 diodes.
MURH860CT
MSR860

I was thinking off maybe using the MURHs

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510 is slightly better in this use.
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Old 9th February 2004, 09:37 PM   #5
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Default Re: IRF510 or IRF610 in bosoz?

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Hello, I just wanna ask wich one of these you guys prefer, in terms of sound quality. If there is a difference... thinking about Rds on them if that maybe could make a difference.

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It's the Gfs and Ciss that makes the biggest difference. I think the 510 sounds a little darker, more mature, "macho". I also enjoy the 610 very much. Try both and you'll find your preference


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Transfo, wiring,diodes,capa,solder,volume will do much more on sound quality than the choice of 510/610 .
Don't think so. These choices are likely to be the same anyways.
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Old 9th February 2004, 10:58 PM   #6
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Thanks for your answers Nelson and Mad_K !

When I saw that Mr. Pass had answered my post I looked like a combination of this -> (never heard that before have you.. )

Now I dont have to build my bosoz because my real goal is achieved. Ok, Im joking a bit.

So, I will buy some extra stuff and try to experiment a bit.

Ill be back

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Old 10th February 2004, 01:14 AM   #7
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Really sorry for you if you are unable to hear sound diff. in transfo, wiring etc.....may be one day you will.
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Really sorry for you if you are unable to hear sound diff. in transfo, wiring etc.....may be one day you will.
You clearly didn't get my point...
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Thanks for your answer.

Speaking off diodes.. the 1N4005 for rectifing, there must be something better than that. I have some OnSemi TO220 diodes.
MURH860CT
MSR860

I was thinking off maybe using the MURHs

Cheers

Same answer as above really. Try both, and you'll find the one you like.
I found that the msr860 sounded very nice, maybe too nice if you know what I mean. Gives a smooth, acoustically "true" sound. I don't know about the murh860ct but I tried mur860 and they give a little more "snappy" sound; apparently more dynamic and agile presentation.
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Try all sorts of parts. It's simple enough, and more
entertaining, which is what this is about.
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