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Old 10th August 2006, 07:36 PM   #81
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Here is the schematic as posted by Rolv-Karsten (we owe that guy a lot) :
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...496#post884496
You will know the tantalums as being under 220uF, I guess

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Old 10th August 2006, 08:27 PM   #82
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47uf 50v FCs worked just fine for me :-)
Luxman PD441/dynavector 23R@1-15ohm input

p.s. I'm doing cap replacements on a SL-10 this week. Dude, Mr Pass,
20,000uF more capacitance than my NS-10. What Gives!?!
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47uf 50v FCs worked just fine for me :-)
Thanks Malotron I might have a Luxman PD comming my way!
Dont remember the number though.
The SL10 is the best looking of Nelson Pass's preamp's, no doubt about that fact Any chance to see a pic??

Could you elaborate a bit on the 20.000uF?? I think I better raise the value in the NS10 a bit. Its just 1500uF for both channels.

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Old 10th August 2006, 10:23 PM   #84
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Could you elaborate a bit on the 20.000uF?? I think I better raise the value in the NS10 a bit. Its just 1500uF for both channels.

Steen
Direct coupled +15 -15 rails with a 6 foot power cable (switchcraft mic?) It looks almost as good as the NS-10; at $560 off eBay, a bargain.
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Here is a snip from the brochure.
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Old 10th August 2006, 10:25 PM   #85
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Another snip from the brochure
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Old 10th August 2006, 10:32 PM   #86
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even if elcos in your NS10 are old (and b'cause of that worthy to replace) do not underestimate these old blue jobies....

use whatever you find- Cerafine,Blacks or even decent Philips if you find them ;RIfa etc-bah-use whatever you find but with as much capacitance you can before regs.

after regs-use as smaller you can -try listening tests with as small you can,then increase and stop when you can say that you hear difference from preceding value.

PITA,I know,but if you wish....

if you wish-I really dunno topology of PS-try to make little sketch of it,and mebbe we can squeeze some nice shuntie in it?
if you are willing to spoil authenticity of origigi Papa's work......

IN ANY CASE-if you see 78xx and simillar - think about LM317 or -even better- plain darlington+zenner jobie instead

regarding-Tants-I don't like them,from era when I repair more than one Uher report and few Studer (ReVox) machines-I saw more than few blobs trying to be a popcorn. I presume that you have several of them in input and output positions......place some nice BGs instead (burn them on the table few days with 6Vac across) with Orange Drops or Rifa or Wima across them as bypass critters.

anyway -have fun and say if you need something ;Serbia is not so far away from ya
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Another snip from the brochure

ugly!

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Nah... really? Demonstrative to a fault maybe...
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Nah... really? Demonstrative to a fault maybe...

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