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bugbite2k 31st December 2001 08:23 AM

Rod Elliot 100W PCB Layout
 
Any 1 have the layout for Rod Elliot 100W ..... I would order 1 but from where I lived the shipping is twice as the cost of it .... Plz help me out guys.....

AudioFreak 31st December 2001 11:55 AM

Sorry cant do an honest man outta business...

Rod Elliott is a part of this forum .... his alias is rode i'm sure he'd be willing to talk it over with you.

paulb 31st December 2001 02:21 PM

Rod has made it pretty clear that his PCB layouts are not available. In all other respects, he has made his intellectual property open to all.
I would ask that any others who have bought Rod's boards respect his request not to pass on a PCB layout.

rikkitikkitavi 31st December 2001 02:49 PM

so if shipping is twice the cost of it, compare that to the rest of the material costs? Transformers, caps , heatsinks , components.?
Not to mentioning casing.

It is only an fraction of the total cost, and I personally think it is quite rude to ask for it here , more or less right at the face of mr Elliot. He has made a hell of work (+++) with his homepage and I grate him very much the AU$ he can make from it.

But you can always do your own PCB layout...

/rickard

rode 1st January 2002 12:10 AM

Thanks guys
 
Your honesty and support are much appreciated.

bugbite2k says that postage is twice the cost of the board, but this is not the case, since I have rationalised all postal costs, so it is actually quite cheap (AU$8.00 to anywhere in the world). Compare that with the costs from most US companies - ouch!

So bugbite2k, you can order a board, or design your own (the performance will probably not be the same though, since the layout makes a big difference to the sound of an amplifier.

Cheers, Rod

BlackWidowAudio 30th January 2002 05:32 PM

Honesty
 
Hi Guy's

I agree with you, if you can't be bother to make one then you goto buy it, I realised the same problem as you the cost of postage. So what i did was ordered all the boards I fancied building (2 x 3A's , 1 x Project 9, and 1x Project 68). The boards are them selves dirt cheap unlike some other websites i have seen and well made, so it is worth buying them

I finished building a 3a last night.

Dan


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