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Old 24th September 2002, 01:48 AM   #41
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I might regret that I didn't remove plastic from Panasonic HFQ caps but desoldering 96 of them was too much trouble.

I also like the bank of many small caps as close as possible to output devices. The current supply should be good.
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Old 24th September 2002, 02:34 AM   #42
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Hi Piter.

So this is stereo version in one box.

Looks neat.

When are we going to hear it.?

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Old 24th September 2002, 03:21 AM   #43
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dam peter that looks nic more druleing for me ..


you get teh relays yet PETER..
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Peter,

A picture is like thousand words, and thats exactly how I feel. It looks great, I really like how your construction looks modular!

It gives us something to strive for, or atleast try
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Hi Piter.

So this is stereo version in one box.


No, this is just one channel monoblock, but since it's Aleph X, it kinda looks stereo.
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Old 24th September 2002, 07:11 PM   #47
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More pics, more pics, more pics Yeeaaahhh.

I think that I will do the same thing with my BlackGate capacitors.

Haw much ?????? uf per channel. You know that our speakers are looking for more joules, right??

Haw did you put your thermistors in PS are you using them as well for filtering or only for inrush limiters.

BRAVO and more pics, more pics Yeaahhh.

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There is not that much more to show off.

I'm using 128,000u per channel. The skinned caps are in reality not Black Gates but Nichicons, but since they skinned you can say anything now.

I'm also using 2 paralelled CL-60 thermistor per rail for filtering.
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I'm also using 2 paralelled CL-60 thermistor per rail for filtering.
Haw do you connecting them in PS. First you have one CL-60 after a bridge as an inrush protector and them capacitors and again in each rail on + side you are placing 2 parrallel CL-60 or what? Or do you placing inrush protection on the primary side and thermistors for filtering purpose after the bridge?


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I placed 2 in series CL-70 on primary for inrush protection. After secondary I have a bridge, 56,000u in caps then 2 paralell CL-60 for filtering and more inrush prtection, and after that the bank of 72,000u Panasonic HFQ caps.
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