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Old 5th January 2011, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default LM3886's, components and PCBs for BPA300

I bought the components and PCB's to do 8 channels of this design:

DIY BPA300 6x LM3886 300W audio Amplifier

It has just ended up being one of those things that I am not going to get around to so I would like to sale all of the components and PCB's as a whole. I am not interested in breaking it up, b/c I want to get rid of everything at once. Here is what I have:

16 PCB's
48 LM3886T
60 10KΩ 1% 0805 resitors
60 200KΩ 1% 0805 resitors
50 0.20 Ω 3W 1% resistor
48 Trim Pot (50KΩ 25 Turn)
50 4.99KΩ 1% 0805 resitors
50 47KΩ 1% 0805 resitors
16 2Ω 5% 1W metal film resistors
16 100μF 50V electrolitic capacitor
70 Nichicon Muse 2200μF 63V electrolitic capacitor
50 8.2 pF 200V 0805 capacitor
50 220 pF 100V 0805 capacitor
120 0.1μF 100V Wima polypropylene capacitor
16 Molex speaker terminal connectors

I have over $500 in the parts. I am asking $350 OBO for the lot. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.
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Old 5th January 2011, 03:18 PM   #2
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What about the signal inverter required for this? Any parts for those?
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Old 5th January 2011, 04:08 PM   #3
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Sorry, I was planning on going the transformer route, but never sunk the money into those
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It is very tempting but for the moment I will give it a miss.

Good luck with the sale.

David
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Old 7th January 2011, 09:32 AM   #7
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Thanks for the feedback. Anyone else interested? Make me an offer. I am selling them at a discounted cost to get rid of the whole lot at once. When I bought the PCB's in a group buy there were quite a few guys buying 2 and 4 PCBs so I suspect anyone who purchases this for less channels could sell of the remaining at a decent price and net out pretty well.
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Too bad the Atlantic is such a big lake.
I guess the shipping costs (and possible custom taxes) are not worth it.
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Too bad the Atlantic is such a big lake.
I guess the shipping costs (and possible custom taxes) are not worth it.
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Old 7th January 2011, 01:55 PM   #10
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I have a decent shot at being in France and Germany at the beginning of February for work. Make me an offer and I could pack them in my luggage and mail them from there
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