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Old 7th March 2013, 06:16 PM   #661
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Old 9th March 2013, 10:19 AM   #662
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Default 1N4007GP

Hello Carlos!

In the store near me, it is impossible to have 1N4007GP diodes and order cost me too much postage.
Can I replace (D34, D35) by simple 1N4007?
Another question for the inductor:
18AVG, it is 1mm diameter?

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Old 9th March 2013, 10:27 AM   #663
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Why are you believing that a 1000V diode is required?
Consider using a more sensible voltage rating: 1n4001, 1n4002, 1n4003 cover the range upto 200V
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Old 9th March 2013, 10:30 AM   #664
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Hello Carlos!

In the store near me, it is impossible to have 1N4007GP diodes and order cost me too much postage.
Can I replace (D34, D35) by simple 1N4007?
Another question for the inductor:
18AVG, it is 1mm diameter?

73's.
As per Datasheet 1N4007GP and 1N4007 are same 1000V/1A rectifier diode.

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Old 9th March 2013, 11:07 AM   #665
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Default Any diode able to face 1000 miliamperes and 50 volts can be used

iInstead of this one you mentioned.

In the reality, will be hard to find modern diodes that cannot operate under this rail voltage and current... exception are the small ones, the glass ones alike 1N4148...but the entire 1NXXXX series can be used... 1N4001, 1N4002, 1N4003, 1N4004, 1N4005, 1N4006 and 1N4007 and more thousand other ones.

Do not worry and be happy.

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Default Dx Super A - Limits series - Power Supply voltage

Here you have a short video about it:

English and Portuguese in sequence.

Dx Super A - Limits series - Supply voltage PT and EN - YouTube

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Default Dx Super A - Limits series - Power at 2 ohms part one

Here you have a video about:

Dx Super A - Limits series - Power at 2 ohms part one PT and EN - YouTube

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Default Dx Super A - Limits series - Power at 2 ohms part two

Here you have a video about:

Dx Super A - Limits series - power at 2 ohms part two PT and EN - YouTube

Narrative in English and Portuguese in sequence.

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Default Dx Super A - Limits series - Audio input level

Here you have a video about it:

Dx Super A - Limits series - audio input level - YouTube

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Here you have a video about it:

Dx Super A - Limits series - audio input level - YouTube

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Very useful video and clear explanation, Thank you....

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