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broka 2nd December 2006 08:20 PM

Amplifier Av-800
 
SOMEDBODY have a schematic for power Amplifier AV-800???...
thanks

Corax 4th December 2006 12:42 PM

Hi,

just in case you're still looking for the schematic of the AV-800 amplifier, here you'll find it attached.


Greetings

Corax

broka 4th December 2006 04:55 PM

av-800
 
you have the schematic of AV-800??, a looking for that amplifier, i'm very interesting for make this amplifier

Corax 5th December 2006 09:12 AM

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hi broka,

I thought I already mailed the PDF with my last mail to you. Unfortunately I did not recognized the 'tiny' text at "Attach file:" which states a maximum size of 102400 bytes for the attachment and guess what ... - the file I tried to send you was 169 kbyte - sorry for that.

Now I've divided the PDF in 4 parts (the update version 03022004) plus the older version (22022001) which comes with this mail right away.

I hope you get lucky with it ;-)

Corax 5th December 2006 09:13 AM

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Now the first part of the updated 03022004.

Corax 5th December 2006 09:14 AM

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Now the second part of the updated 03022004.

Corax 5th December 2006 09:16 AM

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Now the third part of the updated 03022004.

Corax 5th December 2006 09:17 AM

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And finally the fourth and last part of the updated 03022004.

Enjoy building that amp.


Greetings

Corax

edl 5th December 2006 12:40 PM

Hey, it's copyrighted!

Corax 5th December 2006 04:40 PM

It was (as far as I remember) officially downloadable from his early homepage (two years ago I guess, because of the date for the updated version). I didn't changed a thing on the documentation except that I "disassembled" the PDF to post it here caused by the 102400 byte limit and I never received or downloaded it via any illegal paths or from illegal sources. So everybody could have downloaded it all by himself.
Besides, if anyone would himself calculate the prices for the kits Anthony E. Holton sells he would figure out that it would cost less money to buy the kit from him and get in addition a professional made pcb.
To have a schematic and a description is one thing - to make a good pcb, select the right components and finally a stable running amp is something totally different. Therefore I heavily recommend to everybody to support Anthony for his good work for the DIY community and if anyone decided to build his amp(s) (i.e. based on the schematics and therefore on Anthony's design) he should in deed consider to buy his kits.


Greetings

Corax


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