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Old 3rd December 2012, 08:38 AM   #1361
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About Tantalum, they are not so bad for signal too, as long as they are polarized with enough voltage margin. More fluid than Aluminum, on my feelings.
I have never had a good experience with tantalum. Yes they have that clean character (or whatever audiophile term suitable for that) but what I'm looking for is a sound that will grab my attention and make me absorbed into the music. Tantalum is just not it. May be it is more suitable for digital circuitry like the Sanyo Oscon.
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but they may have one serious problem, they are not so great looking
Yes they are looking same as cheap bad no name caps........

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Yes they are looking same as cheap bad no name caps........
but their 'specs' may not be 'trust worthy'

I suppose Panasomic's can specs can ...wow, that was twisted



but +3amp ripple current is quite good for a small sized 50V 12x25 cap, no ?

one hatch though, 50V is max
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Yes no matter about specs just about their outside look

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Old 3rd December 2012, 09:28 AM   #1365
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I think FRs are supposed to be an improvement on the FMs (which were already better than the FCs). Thus there will be some uF/V values that won't be available in the FR/FM range so one will have to resort to the "lesser" FC range.
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.... just about their outside look
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we choose by the looks, from the day of birth
its our nature, no point in denying it
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Old 3rd December 2012, 12:28 PM   #1367
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phenomenal.
For serving the TLP627. : Confused:
please do not find the link for the latest design PCB.Que Idefixes performed with the help of Lazy Cat.
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please do not find the link for the latest design PCB.Que Idefixes performed with the help of Lazy Cat.
See attached.

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Old 3rd December 2012, 01:06 PM   #1369
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Thumbs up thanks friend

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See attached.

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Thanks, many thanks. Do not have it in PDF format. to do with the method of the plate.
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Old 3rd December 2012, 01:13 PM   #1370
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TLP627 is opto device remoted by DC detection on OUTput. The whole effect is to shutdown output stage when DC is present.

The design is not fully tested for moment (missing time). Before etching plate are you shure to be able to purchase all matched need transistor in BIGBT module (NPN/PNP and mosfet) but all little and middle transistors too in first stage?

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