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Old 17th November 2006, 06:33 PM   #11
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Thanks Trango.

here is alternative DALE resistors part list for 1/4W resistors found in http://www.schuro.de/preisl-cmf-55-1.htm. I couldn't find same component on other on line catalogues.


n. 2 - 852400 CMF-55-143 100 Ohm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
n. 2 - 852494 CMF-55-143 22,1 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
n. 4 - 852409 CMF-55-143 221 Ohm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 2,952
n. 4 - 852411 CMF-55-143 1,5 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 2,952
n. 2 - 852417 CMF-55-143 1 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
n. 2 - 852486 CMF-55-143 3,32 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
n. 2 - 852444 CMF-55-143 9,09 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
n. 2 - 852391 CMF-55-143 47,5 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
n. 2 - 852459 CMF-55-143 33,2 KOhm 0,1%, TK25 0,738 € 1,476
TOTAL € 16,236



F3 (see picture above) has an ordinary bridge rectifier, what do you think?

For 3W resistors ar OK the Panasonic above?
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Old 17th November 2006, 07:06 PM   #12
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These are my boards.
I do need to finish this amp but there's always stuff coming up that prevents me from doing so!

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Old 17th November 2006, 08:13 PM   #13
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These are my boards.
I do need to finish this amp but there's always stuff coming up that prevents me from doing so!
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Hi GeWa,

waiting for TAS5162 you have some time for this project

Are the same components of the part list you published time ago? (Looks like something is thifferent). What do you think about the part list in the previous page?

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Old 17th November 2006, 08:24 PM   #14
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thomaseliot, thanks for the summary of the Dale resistors. Schuro also have Slit Foil caps that I think I will order for the C1 on the amp card.

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Old 17th November 2006, 10:43 PM   #15
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waiting for TAS5162 you have some time for this project
Aahh, somebody who's keeping good track of things
I already have the TAS5162 but not the rest that has to go with it.

The only parts I've changed in the meantime are the capacitors. C1 is a Jensen 4 pole, C2/C3/C4 are Elna Cerafine's and C5/C9 are Elna Silmic II.

The BOM in the previous page is basically the same as I used in the beginning. Nothing wrong with it.

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Old 18th November 2006, 08:36 PM   #16
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Hi all.
Digikey reference for the IXYS: DSEI8-06A-ND (8A 600V in TO220 case, .91 Euro each).
sts9fan: I admit, I'm not a technician, I know FREDs only by their fame...
Trango, I have a bad experience with Schuro: waited for a reply from them for two months, an e-mail remainder a week, but no reply at all: maybe my order (abt 120 Euro) was't big enough...
In any case, I prefer Digikey: fast and with "correct" prices.

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Old 19th November 2006, 12:03 AM   #17
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Yes Shuro doesn't answer to email. Somebody knows Shuro Bank Account? Maybe If I wire money together with an order they answer.

Maybe I go with ordinary Panasonic 1% metal film from Digikey.

Guido,

Thanks for the part number. I will add to part list. I've to confess I have some doubts on how to mount these TO220 on Veteran PS board. Will you help?
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Old 19th November 2006, 12:12 AM   #18
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Its not TO220's, they are smaller than that. I dont know if you found my old thread or if you didnt find any usefull informartion in there? Take a look at the pic's I posted, long time ago, could be usefull for you??


Steen Zen V9 J-fet poweramp finished.
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Old 19th November 2006, 01:08 AM   #19
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Hi Steen,

of course I looked at your first built Zen V9. For that I'm here

I want to copy your boards put flat on cabinet sides in an enclosure like this:

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Your resistors are metal film 1% ?
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Old 19th November 2006, 01:14 AM   #20
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Your resistors are metal film 1% ?
Yep 1% metalfilm's allright. I dont think that the BOM is so important afterall. Just pop in the best value that you have!

Steen

Hey, that chassis looks great
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