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|8th April 2006, 11:58 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2004
TNT Solidphono PCBs
I have a few extra TNT Solidphono PCBs made by myself. If anybody is insterested I have:
- 2 Solidphono second version PSU boards (slightly altered)
- 2 Solidphono Pre-amp boards (for Audyn and Multicap caps, each board is mono)
They are all double sided with the top side acting as shield.
Pictures (only the psu so far) here:
The top copper on these boards was a bit eaten by the etching solution, but it is protected by lacquer so it isn't oxydizing. The PSU boards accept caps of several sizes.
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