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Old 11th January 2006, 10:59 PM   #501
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Old 11th January 2006, 11:09 PM   #502
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Those caps are huge! The boards look fantastic, I look forward to building this fine circuit.
Did I read you right, those blue pannies are 25 ppm? That is a fine spec for a 3 watt metal oxide resistor.



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well i ordered the boards i think i should now order the kit's :P
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Old 12th January 2006, 03:45 AM   #504
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Okay, built up a pre board, but no FETs on it yet, as I have not finished the matching, but you can get the idea.

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Am I to understand that all of the parts I see in those pics are in the kit and more?

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Yup. All those parts x2, plus the matched fets and their insulators, also, the screws for the bottoms of the standoffs, and the female faston crimp connectors for each fo the PCBmount fastons in the pics.

(The preamp and heatsinks in the background of the third pic are not included )
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Terry, is there any project on this site that you're not building?
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All those parts x2, plus the matched fets and their insulators, also, the screws for the bottoms of the standoffs, and the female faston crimp connectors for each fo the PCBmount fastons in the pics.
Now that you only need a box for packaging, how about a bunch of these? I am sure the guy's wont mind receiving their kits in those

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Funny you should mention boxes. I am actually in talks with my brother about designing and building some boxes. Until now we had been talking about amp cases for the RevC, but I was thinking last night about this project.

It would be nice if the boxes could knock-down for shipping. He has access to 6-axis CNC and laser cutting and etching equiptment, and a lot more. Not promising anything, but, I'll scope it out.
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Now that you only need a box for packaging, how about a bunch of these? I am sure the guy's wont mind receiving their kits in those

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Where is that case from? it looks pretty good.
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Now that you only need a box for packaging, how about a bunch of these? I am sure the guy's wont mind receiving their kits in those

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That is what im using. I have one. ID like to know if were able to get Transformers ? Id would be nice to have all parts from same place so if there are prolems we all know what we used etc etc.
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