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Old 1st September 2008, 01:04 PM   #511
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Hi OS

First of all THANKS!

I do have, I have posted all in my tread + on my website, here

Yea I made it just for that, light wight and very small, can be put on 1HE rack case too. But time passed by and I see now that I don't need any amp at home, but thats why I have in car that much more

BTW: Hi Lineup, that is my first website, I don't update it anymore, now I have it on my comp, PHP which is really cool to use, easy to change anything, and by being on my comp, you can download any file and no matter what is the size + at 10M internet connection it is pretty fast I think, unless my torrent is on , only bad thing is if I turn off comp, then page won't work, sorry about that...I am still waiting for "Little Falls 2", so that I make small server that will be on 24/7... I will redo my project page, so one will be able to see more clearly what is what, never thought I will have this many things on
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Old 1st September 2008, 01:27 PM   #512
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Thank you , luka.. I'll have fun ,learn your circuit , reverse
engineer,modify it for stupid US 120VAC.. I like your
inductance meter, too .A must for HF tinkerin'!!
I've done a 1000 car stereo's (repaired many SMPS's)
but never seen anyone make a DIY SMPS!!


Have you ever made SMPS output 70-0-70VDC ??

Thanks, OS.
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Old 1st September 2008, 02:55 PM   #513
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Hi OS

Before you put too many hours in doing that, let me just say you need only one jumper (under board probably, I didn't include this option, I see now I should) and it will wotk for 120Vac too

DIY is the way to go if possible
No I didn't make one with +/-70v, coz amp doesn't support that high, but with +/-60v I did (should be close enough )

Click the image to open in full size.

BTW: Project page was redone, I think it is more user friendly
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Old 4th September 2008, 10:48 AM   #514
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The other image i have posted used Image Shack as a host.... and
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into this thread.

The other image i have posted used Image Shack as a host.... and
it is frustrating..when we finish our agreement with Image Shack, the
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This way..... even beeing smaller...image will remains.

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Old 7th September 2008, 03:18 PM   #516
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Hi,

after Littl' B, here is Big Brother

Single ended germanium power device
Only one resistor ( kiwame ) in the signal path ( aaaaaaaaarghhhh )
300 000 f ( Panasonic ECA ) separated PSU
ACEA ultimate output transformer
Pure class A operation
No feedback configuration...
2 X 2 watts power output


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Old 7th September 2008, 06:10 PM   #517
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Germanium devices have "interesting" properties for audio. Very nice What device are you using out of curiosity.
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Here is my Pyramid-V prototype, with solid state voltage regulators.
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Old 7th September 2008, 07:34 PM   #519
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Hi Mooly,


AD 165 from Telefunken ( NOS ).


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Old 8th September 2008, 11:31 AM   #520
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Had to look that one up -- AD161 "ish" Last Germaniums I played with were AD149's. They all seem to have disappeared from the catalogues now.
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