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Old 19th November 2006, 12:52 AM   #21
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I dont think that the BOM is so important afterall. Just pop in the best value that you have!

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Thanks Steen, that was what I needed to read. I order soon the part list in the previous page from Digikey, and the chassis shown above.
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Old 19th November 2006, 03:12 PM   #22
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Hi,

I will also use the HiFi2000 chassis. I've used them for all may electronic projects so far and I'm quite satisfied with the quality, which is not perfect, but good enough! I plan to build 4 channels of Zv9 in two separate chassis. These will be combined with 4 channels of UcD180AD (to drive my woofers) in the same chassie (i.e 2 channels Zv9 and 2 channels UcD in each chassis). My main concern (besides to mention UcDs in this forum ), is the temperature of the chassis which will be around 60-65 degrees. I don't know if the UcDs can stand such high temperature for and extended time. Does anyone have an opinion? I've get no answers from the ClassD forum...
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Old 22nd November 2006, 09:38 AM   #23
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Yep 1% metalfilm's allright. I dont think that the BOM is so important afterall. Just pop in the best value that you have!

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Hey, that chassis looks great
May I ask how to implement a LED for the front of chassis?
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Old 22nd November 2006, 09:56 AM   #24
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Here is a nice little calculator for the current limiting resistor for LED's: http://www.penguinlovers.net/audio/l...ter_value.html

You can power the LED from a convenient place in the psu. The first set of caps in the raw psu, would be a good place. (Before the regulator)

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Old 22nd November 2006, 11:19 AM   #25
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Thanks Steen, kind as usual

To the part list have to be added 2 lines (from DigiKey catalogue):

2 pcs 67-1751-ND LED 5MM BLUE/BLUE DIFF LENS 0 1,80000 3,60
5 pcs PPC13.3KXCT-ND RES 13.3K OHM METAL FILM .50W 1% 0 0,15600 0,78

I calculated 50V for 30mA low intensity blu led.
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Old 24th November 2006, 08:00 PM   #26
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Does anyone know if the HIFI2000 enclosures are available in the USA (or could be shipped here for not too much expense)?
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Old 24th November 2006, 08:09 PM   #27
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Does anyone know if the HIFI2000 enclosures are available in the USA (or could be shipped here for not too much expense)?
I buy hifi2000 enclosures from www.audiokit.it . They can ship to USA but the enclosure i ordered is 7,3 KG (16.3 lbs): take a look UPS site for the cost.

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I checked the price in www.poste.it : to NY USA it is 93
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Old 24th November 2006, 08:56 PM   #28
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hifi2000 enclosures
The Slimline series with 10 mm faceplate looks pretty cool too

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Old 24th November 2006, 09:50 PM   #29
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The Slimline series with 10 mm faceplate looks pretty cool too

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Hi Steen,

Slim line has no heat sinks. 93 is delivery costs to USA.
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Old 24th November 2006, 11:46 PM   #30
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Slim line has no heat sinks.
Nope, but since you need an active preamp for the ZenV9, a BoZ would look nice in that chassis A BoZ would be a nice mate for the ZenV9. That is the preamp I like best with the Zen9, really dynamic and nice sounding.

Steen

BTW Talking about chassis, take a look at these:
http://www.thlaudio.com/casebpwrE.htm
The PRAL-30267F All Alum. Chassis for Pre. amp. would really be something for a BoZ Watch the dimensions though, its not
big'ish.
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