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Old 30th May 2007, 06:26 PM   #1
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As title. Will consider anything.

Can do paypal or cheque. Good price paid.
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Old 30th May 2007, 07:04 PM   #2
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Is it urgent? I've got to design one for myself sooner or later anyway...
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Its for that XLS sub. The construction work is just about finished so I was hoping to get the LT in place and bring it along to the meet. Thats the timescale I was looking at.

At this rate I think I'm kidding myself on that one though.

How long were you thinking about?
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Mine wasn't that urgent, (it's for the AV15 ), but I'll see what I can do in the next couple of days. I should be able to get it together fairly quickly.

Do you need an onboard PSU?
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Onboard PSU sounds real nice Al.

Let me know how much for the troubles and I'll paypal you.
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Old 30th May 2007, 10:54 PM   #6
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Just buy me a beer in July.

Mono input or mixer? 5Hz rolloff for subsonics?
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Just buy me a beer in July.

Mono input or mixer? 5Hz rolloff for subsonics?
What do you drink? I'll ensure a crate is on supply

Mono input is fine and the sub can take a pounding and not break sweat so no subsonic filter.

Thanks Al.
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Ale! I'll get started on it tomorrow.

So - specs. Regs/PSU onboard, input buffer with phase reverse switch, LT circuit, output buffer, (optional), 12db LR subsonic filter (optional). I might as well make this as useful as possible to other people.
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Ale! I'll get started on it tomorrow.

So - specs. Regs/PSU onboard, input buffer with phase reverse switch, LT circuit, output buffer, (optional), 12db LR subsonic filter (optional). I might as well make this as useful as possible to other people.
Ale it is then. Any particular brand/brew/concoction?

All the rest sounds good. Let us know how it goes Al.

With a bit of luck we should be able to run some sick 15hz cycles at three figure SPL's on the day
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Old 31st May 2007, 02:16 AM   #10
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Hi Pinkmouse, Im interested in the PCB (in your design)
Some weeks ago I started to build PCBs, and this improve with the time.
I will be very grateful if you put the design in the thread, then I try to build it (and build the circuit too)
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