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Old 24th December 2011, 02:00 PM   #2201
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Merry X'mas.....I will slowly chew through and learn the info you provided with many thanks.....but even before that, I do not think I will put my amp in the oven for warm up....Q4 Q5 should last long after me....not to mention my amp... :-) thankyou...
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Old 25th December 2011, 02:46 PM   #2202
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Default Xmas Works

Found a series of photos in my email today when I casually checked well after Christmas dinner. Was from Tea-Bag with no comments, only a title word: Works.

Thanks Mike, good surprise! Merry Christmas to you and to everybody.
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Old 25th December 2011, 03:09 PM   #2203
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Very nice!
A lot more convenient than doing point to point. Looks fine also.
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Old 25th December 2011, 05:37 PM   #2204
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Put that bugger together in less than 24 hours, including sleep, two bouts of shopping, visitors, etc.
If I can put it together so quick, with no smoke or fire, the project qualifies as beginner I say.
The IRF840 puts off some heat!
Now the tube pre to go with it I am sure will take some time, even on a piece of wood as above. I have not worked with a tube in 10 years.
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Old 25th December 2011, 05:44 PM   #2205
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Found a series of photos in my email today when I casually checked well after Christmas dinner. Was from Tea-Bag with no comments, only a title word: Works.

Thanks Mike, good surprise! Merry Christmas to you and to everybody.
Congratulations Mike, will be a new GB for pcbs?

Merry Christmas for all diyers
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Congratulations Mike, will be a new GB for pcbs?

Merry Christmas for all diyers
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That's the idea, but I would prefer a few more builds before we set the gerber in stone. There are a few extra boards traveling the globe. The KSAs are not really warm after running forever, but that is in a cold basement. The easiest to work with, if needed, are the clip on TO-220 one's, kinda makes it look like a shield in front of the cap.
Some of the wrap around HS seem to crowd out the component below. I have a number of different one's I tried.
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Great, will be BiB also like LV?
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That's the idea, but I would prefer a few more builds before we set the gerber in stone. There are a few extra boards traveling the globe. The KSAs are not really warm after running forever, but that is in a cold basement. The easiest to work with, if needed, are the clip on TO-220 one's, kinda makes it look like a shield in front of the cap.
Some of the wrap around HS seem to crowd out the component below. I have a number of different one's I tried.
Mini-sinks should not touch each other in any circumstance. Post #2079 had a link with enough narrow width and short depth types for TO-126 transistors. Simplistic Mosfet HV Shunt Regs
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