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Old 12th March 2004, 04:44 PM   #21
Matttcattt is offline Matttcattt  England
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http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...927#post344927

he build an enclosure and managed to burn a few hundred dollars worth in a second by killing 4 of them. As he allready drilled the holes in the heatsinks he wants to use TO3 again.

I donīt understand why not to use the cheaper plastic packs instead when ordering samples.
Ive decided to use the plastic package, rather tahn buying some new TO3 ones, as i have some plastic ones already.
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Old 12th March 2004, 06:03 PM   #22
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Well, I like everyone else will believe want they want, but these are not samples. I don't have anyway to prove it so believe what you want.

I'm not that type of person, but you seem to have figured out how get the most money from a sample.

I had decided to give these away before now, I've just been lazy, but this string of post has prompted me to post them.
Well, before all this went down, I sent you a PM through the board saying I was interested in the LM3875s. Maybe I'm naive but I still assume you're being honest and still interested. Anyway, no response in a few days but if you still have them I've got a project for them somewhere. If you're willing to put in the 541s with the GCs I'd be happy to have them as well. Please PM.
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