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Old 2nd October 2012, 07:49 AM   #1211
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i'll follow this thread as LC is the one who will guide building step .. i'm sure i'll learn something new....
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So after about 2 hours work, the 2 TSSA Pcb and the soft start PCB are drilled and tinned. They will go for white painting...


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I am thinking of doing a 2 stage tssa preamp.

Great idea Maybe it would be better to open a new thread...
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So after about 2 hours work, the 2 TSSA Pcb and the soft start PCB are drilled and tinned. They will go for white painting...


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They will be perfect in white, hope that there will be no big modifications since this is still prototype only.

BTW, would not white colour stuff the drilled holes?
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They will be perfect in white, hope that there will be no big modifications since this is still prototype only.

BTW, would not white colour stuff the drilled holes?
I just paint the component side not the underside with spray dose...

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Yes I know, still can be stuffed from the top, only if drilled after the spraying?
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Yes I know, still can be stuffed from the top, only if drilled after the spraying?
For Quasi board i do the sae way without issue.

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Great idea Maybe it would be better to open a new thread...
Sure i will, but at present i have an openloop gain of ~30dB. I would like to end up with 50 - 60dB in openloop gain. ..

Besides the openloop gain is flat to 10KHz....
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Here they are

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White PCB top looks so clean and emphasize installed's parts marvelous colours. The last time I made white PCB was for ProJet Power Module in 2007.
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