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Old 18th December 2011, 10:51 PM   #651
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Please take some time to read in advance to post questions...we have worked a lot to write instructions in the diyaudio to avoid us to be repeating to each new member that arrive.... and all this work was made to serve you and all beginners that are giving us the pleasure to be interested in the Dx Corporation amplifiers (not a real business, it is a union of the best wide world audiophiles only)
Thanks for the explanation; that answers quite a few of my questions. I will have to investigate the other forum posts, although there's quite a lot of information to sort through. It would be great if someone familiar with the project could write an updated Wiki or guide.

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Old 19th December 2011, 09:34 AM   #652
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If the project is important to you, then it deserves your input and research.
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Old 21st December 2011, 03:13 AM   #653
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Talking Finally second board done!

Hey guys!

Finally the second board is completed, is a bit different from the other because I decide to place the 1N4007 diode to the bottom of the board I don't think that can be bad also like mister Carlos said to change the 22ohms resistor to 47ohm is done for both boards I'm going to test the second board tomorrow is kind of late but yeah I'm happy that is completed, I have to wash the bottom of the board with some soap to clean all the flux residues and be ready to test, I use some hot gun glue to keep the caps steady not really necessary but is for myself so is all good.

About the chassis for the amp I have problems with the shipping not many web sites send stuff to Puerto Rico so if some one know a good web site that sales amplifier chassis please let me know I do appreciate any information guys, al right guys "Merry Christmas to all of you MKIII Hx builders"!

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Old 21st December 2011, 02:14 PM   #654
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Default Now you have a stereo.... very good Juan

I use Kerosene (aviation jet fuel) to remove flux from my circuit board.

Alcohol also works, but let some white powder in the place where have removed the flux and forces you to complete the job using kerosene or other paint solvent..... soap helps too...but not all that good.

Old tooth brush and Kerosene is perfect...let it evaporate by itself and enjoy the good look of your circuit board.

Cachaça, Whisky, Tequila and some hot beverages also help.

Alcohol and other things alike.... Ethanol, Etilic, Isopropyl and all variations

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Old 21st December 2011, 02:52 PM   #655
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"Querosene" wow that is weird stuff, well let see if they sale that here in Puerto Rico

thank you for the tip dear friend. lol jabon

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Old 21st December 2011, 03:13 PM   #656
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Default Almost all paint solvent will do the job

all these liquids we use to dilute paint...and to clean our hands and brushes.

Petrol solvents

Thinner cannot be used, also acetone can remove old board's silk screen... gasoline can be use but have bad smell.

Brazilian gasoline does the job perfectly because already has 20 percent of Alcohol mixed into it...a different kind of alcohol that does not contain water in it's formula (anhydrous)... you must come here and i will give you some.

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Old 21st December 2011, 03:38 PM   #657
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kerosene and paraffin and 28second gas oil are all the same.
Aviation jet fuel is a very clean kerosene.
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Old 21st December 2011, 04:38 PM   #658
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heheheheh que loco ! un viaje a Brasil and aduana from Puerto Rico will not let me in country for that lol funny
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Default I wiil check for that

maybe they have that at Wall mart I'm going to check if the have something similar gracias mi hermano (destroyer x)
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Hey Mr. Vargasmongo3435,,I lived in ponce at 1 time for about 7 months,,and let me tell you the young ladies are very beautiful from what I remember,,also your boards are looking very good. regards,,Evette
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