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dtm1962 22nd January 2008 05:43 PM

WTB: Sanken SAP15N & SAP15P (or STD03N & STD03P if compatible)
 
I have the Cambridge Audio A500 integrated amp with the blown output devices.

I cannot find a source to purchase unless I buy 1000 min. quantity.

The distributor will NOT supply samples to me/my company of either set. (assuming the SAP versions is obsolete)

Does anyone have 2 pairs of either devices to SELL in order for me to use in my amp.

Can I use the STD03 series without too many mods ? (Add a resistor on the emitter etc.)

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks


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Dan

PigletsDad 22nd January 2008 06:01 PM

Farnell in the UK certainly list them in small quantities. I expect they will sell direct to you over the net. Part numbers are 1182829 and 1182830.


Newark are their US affiliate, maybe you can buy through them if Farnell UK won't help.

jan.didden 22nd January 2008 06:56 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by PigletsDad
Farnell in the UK certainly list them in small quantities. I expect they will sell direct to you over the net. Part numbers are 1182829 and 1182830.


Newark are their US affiliate, maybe you can buy through them if Farnell UK won't help.


SAP15's are no longer available. SAP16's were the preferred replacements for the last few years, but Profusion lists a last-time buy this May or June. But you can still order them. I have just ordered and received a couple of STD03's from them.

http://www.profusion.co.uk/

Jan Didden

dtm1962 23rd January 2008 04:36 AM

No one have no spares to sell????
 
At $49 per shipping from Profusion, I don't believe it's a good value paying this outrageous shipping charge!

Does anyone have a pair of SAP16N (or SAP15N) and SAP16P (or SAP15P) to sell for $25-35 USD shipped Canada?

Let me know.

Thanks in advance,

Dan

jan.didden 23rd January 2008 08:02 AM

Re: No one have no spares to sell????
 
Quote:

Originally posted by dtm1962
At $49 per shipping from Profusion, I don't believe it's a good value paying this outrageous shipping charge!

Does anyone have a pair of SAP16N (or SAP15N) and SAP16P (or SAP15P) to sell for $25-35 USD shipped Canada?

Let me know.

Thanks in advance,

Dan

Well, I probably have a pair of SAP16's spare. Let me check what I paid for them (and the shipping from profusion ;-) ) and I'll get back to you.

Jan Didden

jan.didden 23rd January 2008 11:32 AM

Re: Re: No one have no spares to sell????
 
Quote:

Originally posted by janneman


Well, I probably have a pair of SAP16's spare. Let me check what I paid for them (and the shipping from profusion ;-) ) and I'll get back to you.

Jan Didden


I can spare a pair, SAP16P and SAP16N. New, unused. 20$ US plus shipping at cost plus paypal fees (4%).
You interested?

Jan Didden

dtm1962 23rd January 2008 12:11 PM

Hello Jan:

That's great!

Email me at dmullins@cogeco.ca and we can discuss offline.

Let me know the total shipping to Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
N7S 3N2.

I will use PayPal so add the % extra for this fee as well.

Thanks again as you are a lifesaver.

Dan

thorin 29th January 2008 12:27 AM

You can get SAP15 transistors from FARNELL here:

http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/Semiconduc...sp?sku=1182829

btw, does anyone know much about the Cambridge Audio A5 Amp.

I fried the fuses on the power supply and was wondering if anyone had any experience with this?

The transistors in question look fine, and i cant detect any short circuits with a DVM? Do the Cambridge Audio A5 fuses protect the circuitry well?

Suprisingly, i was only running it loud, there was no shortcircuit or "fault", it just got too hot i think. This was dissapointing, since I assumed Cambridge Audio would offer similiar protection as the A1 Chipamp, which simply cuts out if its overdriven. Anyway, im interested in any replies here.

thanks

jackinnj 29th January 2008 03:10 AM

Make sure that it's just not the incorporated emitter resistor which is blown in your SAP transistors -- this is easy enough to replace by outboarding a 0.22R resistor in its place.

dtm1962 29th January 2008 03:20 AM

To eliminate the emitter resistor : Do you cut the Sensor Leg or the Emitter Leg and terminate 0.22W Resistor in series with the Emitter? Sensor?

I have new SAP16's ready to put in so would it better to put say 3W units external and it would be more reliable?

What rating is the internal emitter resistor anyways?


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