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Old 19th April 2010, 08:44 AM   #1351
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single mosfet buffer,p2p building.
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Old 19th April 2010, 05:30 PM   #1352
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as always digi, very nice!
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Old 20th April 2010, 02:09 AM   #1353
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After several months of consideration, I "slapped together" this sub woofer amp. DIY TAP plastic case (power line filter keeps most of the noise out).

Aussieamplifiers.com 150 watt module and older PS-3 filter board driving Pyle Driver 15" speaker in 30 year old Cerwin Vega woof woof box. (buried in room corner).
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Old 20th April 2010, 08:49 AM   #1354
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Default Borbely's Millenium75

Hi, showing off some pictures of the Borbely's Millenium75.

Class A all Fets, 75 Watt monoblock design. The heatsink is 25cm tall. Bias current is at 2.2A so it runs hot! During hot season like this, I need to to turn on the aircon to keep the room temp at 25C so the heatsink won't exceed 55C.
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Old 20th April 2010, 04:40 PM   #1355
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Hi, showing off some pictures of the Borbely's Millenium75.

Class A all Fets, 75 Watt monoblock design. The heatsink is 25cm tall. Bias current is at 2.2A so it runs hot! During hot season like this, I need to to turn on the aircon to keep the room temp at 25C so the heatsink won't exceed 55C.
Nice choice for heatsinks & Rca connectors i love those neutrix connectors.
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Old 21st April 2010, 07:09 PM   #1356
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This is the way I want to set up my current "DIY - AMP" project:

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Mounting the 2 boards of Carlos Mergulhao's BlameES on a wooden MDF-plate (on the bottom, in the center: a small Soft-Power-On board
with 2 transformers generating the voltages needed for my PreAMP (above), on the left and right side on the bottom: space for 2 torroid -
transformers, still some space for a DAC) and nailing the MDF-plate to the wall above my desk.

But I need a "console" to house the terminals for the speakers, inch inputs, LCD-display of pre-amp, push-buttons, ...

How shall this console look like? Any idea?

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos

P.S. This is a man's AMP.

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Old 21st April 2010, 10:11 PM   #1357
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This is the way I want to set up my current "DIY - AMP" project:

Click the image to open in full size.

Mounting the 2 boards of Carlos Mergulhao's BlameES on a wooden MDF-plate (on the bottom, in the center: a small Soft-Power-On board
with 2 transformers generating the voltages needed for my PreAMP (above), on the left and right side on the bottom: space for 2 torroid -
transformers, still some space for a DAC) and nailing the MDF-plate to the wall above my desk.

But I need a "console" to house the terminals for the speakers, inch inputs, LCD-display of pre-amp, push-buttons, ...

How shall this console look like? Any idea?

Best regards - Rudi_Ratlos

P.S. This is a man's AMP.
oh common!!!! don't tell me you are going to "cover" those beautiful boards with a chassis!. Very nice work.
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Old 24th April 2010, 09:12 PM   #1358
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Default active ground channel source follower headphone amp

This is a three channel active ground source follower headphone amp. The heat sink and volume knob are also DIY, in fact, if you include the medical expenses incurred as a result of making the volume knob many would consider the volume knob alone to be audiophile quality. Most of this amp came from my parts box. I scavenged a vandal resistant stop cover for a Sloan flush valve at work and turned a core from some scrap Delrin I had on my lathe to build the volume knob and I machined the heat sink using a chop saw and drill press. The front panel is just a scrap of bronze Acrylic I had laying around and the base is a scrap of Maple from my wood bin. She sounds wonderful and is a great conversation piece to boot.
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Old 26th April 2010, 06:42 PM   #1359
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What a stylish awesome design!
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Old 26th April 2010, 07:16 PM   #1360
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Also check the websites in my sig line. Large resolution picures here: Wiring Assembly
WoW! What an amazing piece of art!
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