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Old 12th August 2004, 07:02 PM   #1
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Hi there People

I have finished my pearl boards. Many thanks to people (brownlow mainly) for assistance. I have tested and things seem to be ok. voltage on the first gain stage fets is considerably higher though. All other coltages seem fine as expected.

I am having trouble sourcing the specific bridge rectifier for the psu . I have 2KBP02 as a replacement. It is in the same series as the one suggested but is rated at 200v not 100 it has the same ampage etc. Would this be suitable ?
any help much appreciated.
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I'm sure it would be fine.
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