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Old 29th May 2003, 02:30 PM   #11
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Well I'll be damned ....

I knew people on this forum were good and nice .. but i never expected this!!!!

Peter - I appreciate your offer, and although I don't want to sound like a cheap guy, I'll take it!
That just saved me $40 ..
I'll get in touch with you to discuss

Second - Ok, officially this stuff is not for sale any longer!

moamps - heh .. perfectly said, and understood too!
Btw, in case you're curious, I'm from Livno, Bosnia originally. Hvala ti.

And to the rest .. well, this has got to be the forum with the friendliest and most helpful people i've ever run across
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Old 29th May 2003, 05:24 PM   #12
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Maybe you should try non-inverting Gainclone according the datasheet first. Less chance on an oscillating Gainclone if you ask me. I am having some tiny PCB's etched next week so if I can help you out with a pair of these let me know.

Anyhow, glad you'll continue with your project !

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Old 29th May 2003, 05:35 PM   #13
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also i looked at the chip i blew

pin #1 (V+) was the pin that was blown off .. any ideas as to why it happened

btw, the power supply was working fine, afaik
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Old 29th May 2003, 05:39 PM   #14
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Sometimes not proper isolating chip from the heatsink might case that. That's why I'll be sending you an isolated chip package
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I blew one of them chips too at no.1 pin. Cause: connect V+ and V- in reverse.
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Old 29th May 2003, 06:04 PM   #16
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I have to confess I am surprised there are so many Dutch guys replying, and all of them are SO nice... I've count three so far, and I am the fourth. And I'm the fourth who says you have to keep trying. I'm in the learning process too, and have blown a capacitor some days ago. But I got it working.

A good site about the construction of a gainclone is www.platenspeler.com from Maarten, also a Dutch guy. Go to DIY, scroll halfway the page and it is there.

Hope it helps.
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wish we spoke/wrote english as well as the dutch guys
Could you please tell that to my former englisch teacher
He used to give me very bad grades

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Old 29th May 2003, 08:35 PM   #19
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Hi Davesaudio,

If you think that we (dutch guys) are so good in english, you'r really wrong, not all of us are good at it! We try to do the best we can. I often write the same word in a different way in the same letter/post, thats because I'm dyslectic (word blindness) but by practising, you learn to deal with the problem. Just do the best you can, I'm sure you'll succeed in the long run.

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Well I'll be damned ....

I knew people on this forum were good and nice .. but i never expected this!!!!

And to the rest .. well, this has got to be the forum with the friendliest and most helpful people i've ever run across
Hi Elizard,
Well you did not read the thread called "moderating"

Never mind , there are indeed a lot of friendly guys here, and some gals too....
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