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Old 9th July 2004, 10:16 PM   #1
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So many projects so little time. I finally received my metal plates, very cheap i might add 70lbs of metal for about 200USD, any cut, any size, very fast.
http://www.mymetalconnection.com/

Being very busy these days with work and being broke I've been piecing this together slowly, but its well worth it, so I thought I'd slap something together, throw a few pics out and get some comments.

thats a 1500VA trafo 38V sec
49000uF caps
1/2" baseplate
1/2"frontplate
1/4" backplate
1/4" top plate

With the higher voltage on the secondaries, I plan on mounting 3 transistors on each heatsink, there are a total of four sinks per monoblock @ 12" x 9 7/8" x 2.3" high fin. These babies are gonna be hot and heavy weighing in at 95 to 100 lbs each.
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Looking goooood

You may want to place a separator in beetween lower-transformer and upper PCB level as an additional aluminium plate.
This should reduce tranformer influence on the remaining parts of amplifier.


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