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Old 6th September 2006, 02:31 AM   #1
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Default Tube Experimenter PCB's

Hi all,

I have some more of the vacuum tube experimenter boards that were introduced at Planet10's diyAudio fest last month. I also have as per some of your requests, octal versions.

I have only 4 of each type, octal and 9-pin - $15.50 USD/ea. That is for the PCB only, without the sockets, or shipping.

I can toss in the sockets for an additional $1.50/ea for the octal and $1.00/ea for the 9-pin. The sockets are new manufacture Shuguang ceramic and the prices are only for with the PCB deal.

All prices are in USD.

These are *not* offered on my site and different than the ones I carry commercially, being samples and all. Special offer for the DIY'ers here. If there's enough interest, maybe we can do a group buy.

Please contact for shipping charges. Canadian's - I need a postal code for your shipping quote; USA - just your state. International orders OK.

Pics (about 100KB/each):
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/Oct...th_sockets.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/Octal_PCB.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/Oct...older_side.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/Octal_PCB_CCS_pads.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/Octal_PNP_CCS.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/Octal_NPN_CCS.jpg

http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/9-p...th_sockets.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/9-p...older_side.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/9-pin_PCB_CCS_pads.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/9-pin_PNP_CCS.jpg
http://bb.sicomm.us/diyAudio/PCB/9-pin_NPN_CCS.jpg
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Old 7th September 2006, 12:11 PM   #2
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Hello there.
Do not know about these boards.
Any link for more reading before I can decide?
Thanks a lot and have a good day.
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Old 7th September 2006, 07:17 PM   #3
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I'd be interested in one of each, but how do I contact you?
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Old 7th September 2006, 10:59 PM   #4
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Hi Josh,

Kinda would help if I added contact info, huh.

geek <at> scorpiorising <dot> ca

@ cocos - no links, got an exclusive on these. It's a heavy duty 2.4mm fiberglass laminate with two CCS on it, one NPN and one PNP. Can be used as both NPN or PNP, by flipping components around against the silkscreen for the opposite effect. Drilled for 9-pin or octal sockets, depending on the board. Can be used for experimentation or a final project.
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Old 9th September 2006, 04:18 AM   #5
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There are now only 3 of each type remaining.
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Old 18th September 2006, 12:56 AM   #6
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3 each still available
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ya didn't hear that toobz are out'a fashion?
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ya didn't hear that toobz are out'a fashion?


Use the toobz to CCS the SS circuit then.
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Use the toobz to CCS the SS circuit then.

even better-toob rectifier for SS circ
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Offer is withdrawn.

They will be ebay'd.
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