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Old 1st October 2007, 04:12 PM   #1
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Default "No More Projects" sale.

Both my amps and speakers are finished and singing, so I’m done with diy audio projects and am selling the following (if interested, please contact me directly at “george_cole’at’bellsouth.net”):

1) “Tech” capacitance/inductance meter (used on one project to match capacitors and test homemade cable)

• 3-1/2 digit, 21mm LCD with a max reading of 1999
• 6 capacitor ranges/up to 200΅F
• 4 inductive ranges/up to 2H
• Auto zero-adjustment
• Overload indication
• Specifications:
• C Range: 2nF, 20nF, 200nF, 2΅F, 20΅F, 200΅F
• L Range: 2mH, 20mH, 200mH, 2H

C: ±2.0% (<0.5΅F); ±2.0% (>0.5΅F)
L: ±1.5% (<0.5΅H); ±5.0% (>0.5΅H)

Dimensions: 86mm x 180mm x 38mm

Power: Standard 9V battery

$20.00 USD plus shipping

2) Vintage Sanwa AT-45 analog transistor checker meter (never used (by me))

Power: Standard 9V battery

$25.00 USD plus shipping

3) Duoyi DY294 digital transistor matching meter (used for one project)

• Diode forward voltage
• Diode reverse leakage current
• Zener Diode value
• LED forward voltage
• TRIAC trigger voltage
• Infared transmitter transistor forward/reverse voltage
• Infared receiving transistor forward/reverse voltage
• VCE (sat) voltage
• Transistor hFE
• C,E Iceo leakage current
• C,B, Icbo leakage current
• SCR reverse breakdown voltage
• TRIAC reverse breakdown voltage
• SRC trigger voltage
• V-MOS voltage
• V-MOS saturation current
• Pressure sensitivity voltage
• Neon light bulb light up voltage
• Electrolytic or ceramic capacitor breakdown voltage
• 7805~24 or 7905~24 3 terminal voltage regulator test

• VBR 0~1999V ( 2 range)
• VCE(Sat) 0~2.5V~6.00V (3 range)
• hFE 0~300~1999 ( 3 range)
• ICeo 0~1--~1999uA (1 range)
• Three terminal 78XX or 79XX voltage regulator 0~24V

Switched ranges:
• On/Off switch
• V(BR) 2000V range
• V(BR) 200V range
• VCE (sat) 2000mA
• VCE (sat) 300mA
• VCE (sat) 10mA
• hFE 10 range
• hFE 1 range
• hFE 0.01 range
• I (CEO) 2000uA
• Test for Transistor / Regulator
• FET- GS short switch

Power: 4 C batteries or external 6V power supply (rat shack power supply included)

$50.00 plus shipping

4) Triplett 9005-A DMM (used for 2 projects)

• 31/2 Digit, 1999 max. reading
• 1" High Digital Display
• Data Hold
• DC Voltage to 1000V
• AC Voltage to 750V
• AC Current to 10A
• DC Current to 10A
• Resistance to 200Mohms
• Continuity Test
• Diode Check
• Transistor Check
• Double Insulated Case

Power: Standard 9V battery

$30.00 plus shipping

5) Grab bag of many of the parts needed to complete numerous pairs of AAK’s version of the wonderful “Sym-a-sym” amp (or one closely matched pair), all parts new and unmounted, including:

• ~ 10 Vishay 10K, 2 watt metal film
• ~ 10 Vishay 10R, 3 watt metal film
• ~ 15 Vishay 47.5K, .25 watt metal film
• 7 KOA Speer 68.1R, .5 watt metal film
• 4 Vishay .25 watt metal film and 5 Riken Ohm .5 watt carbon film 22K
• ~ 10 Vishay 1R, 2 watt metal film
• 8 Vishay .25 watt metal film and 2 Kiwame 2 watt carbon film 221R
• ~ 15 Vishay 10R, .25 watt metal film
• ~ 10 Vishay .25 watt metal film and 2 Shinkoh .5 watt tantalum 680R
• 4 Vishay .25 watt metal film, 3 Kiwame 2 watt carbon film and 2 Shinkoh .5 watt tantalum 22.1K
• ~ 15 Vishay 100R, .25 watt metal film
• ~ 15 Vishay 1K, .25 watt metal film
• ~ 10 Vishay 499R, .25 watt metal film
• 4 Vishay 1R, 1 watt metal film
• 8 Vishay .25 watt metal film and 3 Kiwame 2 watt carbon film 150R
• ~ 10 Vishay .2R, 3 watt wire wound
• 7 Vishay 22R, .25 watt metal film
• 6 Vishay 316R, .25 watt metal film

• ~ 10 CDE 7pF, 500V silver mica
• ~ 10 CDE 100pF, 300V silver mica
• ~ 10 CDE 330pF, 500V silver mica
• ~ 30 Wima .1uF, 63V polyester film
• ~ 30 Wima .1uF, 250V polypropylene film

Diodes: 8 Vishay Ultra Fast Recovery 8A, 400V FES8GT

Transistors (I strongly recommend that you inspect and test devices that look the same because I probably mixed some NPNs with PNPs while matching):
• ~ 100 OnSemi 2N5551
• ~ 100 OnSemi 2N5401
• ~ 100 OnSemi BC546
• ~ 60 OnSemi BD139
• ~ 60 Toshiba 2SC5200
• ~ 60 Toshiba 2SA1943
• ~ 60 Toshiba 2SC4793
• ~ 60 Toshiba 2SA1837

Thermal Pads (guaranteed electrically non-conductive): 16 NTE TP0010 (T03)

$125.00 USD plus shipping

6) 8 1000uf, 63V Elna Silmic II capacitors (new; can be used in Sym-a-sym power supply)

$80.00 USD plus shipping

7) 8 2200uF, 63V Black Gate FK capacitors (“naked” with 2” 19 gauge CCC leads soldered to tabs but otherwise new and unused)

$150.00 USD plus shipping

7) Grab bag of wire, including:
• ~ 30 ft. Continuous Cast Copper 20 gauge magnet wire (insulated)
• ~ 50 ft. Continuous Cast Copper 21 gauge magnet wire (insulated)
• ~ 15 ft. Continuous Cast Copper 26 gauge magnet wire (insulated)
• One 7 ft. length and one 9 ft. length of Supra Ply 2.0 speaker wire

$30.00 USD plus shipping.
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Old 1st October 2007, 04:24 PM   #2
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Hi Colescuttle,

I'll take the wire bag

Is Paypal OK?

Just to know, what is the make of the Continuous Cast Copper?
(I asume it is OCC copper, right?)

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Even more mail...

But I'm pretty sure I'm not gonna get what I want, 'cause I'm pretty sure Pinkmouse bought a bunch of symasym boards, too.

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Hi Colescuttle,

Sent you an email about te DY294.

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You will be busy reading all your mail
Send you one regarding “Tech” capacitance/inductance meter .

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Old 3rd October 2007, 07:45 PM   #10
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Default Quick post regarding status of sale.

My ISP has been up and down this week, and my email server has been more on than off. However, I've still gotten about 35 posts regarding sale items (in big hunking downloads, mixed with the penis enlargement and farm porn spam, which leads me to have a question for these young women...ARE YOU SHITTIN' ME?) and I've only been able to respond to a few.

So here's where it stands:

Mauricio Rosas got in first on the wire bag, and I have received a PayPal payment from him.

Ed LaFontaine has indicated that he will purchase the LC and Sanwa meters on Friday, so those items are spoken for until then.

I'm still waiting to hear from PinkMouse regarding the parts bag. Al, I've managed to get off two emails regarding postage to the UK (Priority Mail about $37 USD, Express Mail about $48). Did you get them, and are you still interested? For the other 12 or so who I know are interested I'll begin to go down the list if I don't hear from Al by Friday.

Donovan (LanDoctor) got in first on the Duoyi, and if he's still interested I'll hold it for him until Friday. Greg, you're next on the list.

The DMM and lytics are still available. Someone make me an offer.


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