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Old 18th July 2005, 08:09 PM   #11
rwagter is offline rwagter
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I build my Aleph5 with regular components and never doubted one minute but the aleph-x is a long term project so I've got all the time in the world to collect nice components. What I'm lacking is trannies and heatsinks and some serious amount of time...

Already know which trannies you gonna order?


ps you made a good choice with the heatsink, I got mine from clofis and they were expensive and bend !
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Old 18th July 2005, 08:47 PM   #12
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I will order my transformers at Reichelt (39 euro for 500VA is not a lot). Amplimo is just a lot more expensive (130 euro excl. VAT for 1000VA).
Plus two 500VA transformers weigh more in total, and are therefore less prone to humming...

Another thing about the transformers: I've reread my original post and I think the post was not very clear on how many transformers I will use. I was planning on using two 500VA transformers for each channel. Why? Reichelt's 800 torroids supply either too high a voltage (30 Volt) or too low (15 Volt).
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