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Old 22nd January 2012, 01:43 AM   #11
Matt BH is offline Matt BH  United Kingdom
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Completely agree. I cannot hear any difference between the usual 1N4007 or BY133 I often use compared to some STTA806DI and BYT08P1000 that I got hold of when the lead free nonsense kicked in.

I have not tried silicon carbide diodes because normal silicon works just fine if used correctly.

Cheers Matt.
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