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Old 20th May 2006, 08:06 AM   #1
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I am (very reluctantly) offering up for sale my self proclaimed "Worlds Smallest SI Mod". I spent way too much time modding this little amp and I am very very sad to get rid of it. Its been about week that I have been deliberating its fate, and I've come to my decision. I'm not using it for anything at the moment and I could use the cash.

The original input network was removed and replaced with a 20k standard Alps pot and 3.3uf Panasonic caps going straight to the input resistors. I know some of you have disdain for the little tin cans, but I can't tell the difference between the Pany's and some 4uf polypropylene I used for testing, plus they are all I had that would fit.

I also replaced the supply cap with a 2200uf and added a weee little heatsink as you can see in the pic.

I have a 14v 3amp switching supply for it that works really well. It is extremely well regulated, even if you play the amp into unlistenable (is that a word?) clipping it will never drop below 14v.

So how does it sound you ask? Well, I'm not into hype or bloated descriptions that require me to use a spell checker, so I'll just say that I like it and really hate to see it go.

So how much for your adorable little amp you ask? Well, its personal worth is much more than anyones willing to pay for it, so after much debate I have settled on $80. That will include the power supply and shipping charges to anywhere in the US. International will be $5 more. If you don't want the supply I will drop the price to $70.

Even at $80 thats still $60+shipping less than a Super-T and you get the benefit of having a one of a kind item.


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