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Old 22nd August 2012, 03:47 PM   #601
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Old 22nd August 2012, 04:01 PM   #602
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OnAudio,
thanks for the references. I had already ordered some Elna capacitors of that same value when I order the other parts for the build, I'll assume they are comparable for now. On the small film capacitor so that I am clear on this subject. From what I have read the film capacitors value is not that important right, just that there is a film capacitor in parallel with the electrolytic cap and removes issues with those caps. So if I happen to have a 10 or 100 mfd 100v cap sitting around would it matter if I just used that value or is there a problem with using a higher value cap? On the rectifier side are there any special qualities of one over another. Does the speed of the rectifier have anything of consequence here, would a Schottky diode bridge have any advantage here?

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Here is a sample supply. The film is an X cap.
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There is no film over the big caps. Some prefer faster diode switching, while others prefer the normal stuff.

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Old 22nd August 2012, 04:46 PM   #604
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Thanks for the response. I know I already have some bridge rectifiers like this in my parts bin that I got from Apex Jr. and are just sitting around. I have some transformers also that I will have to look at their rating and see what is required here. They are not torroids but shouldn't matter.

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Old 22nd August 2012, 08:33 PM   #609
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I did a little calculus there and that appears to be that two of us have ordered boards..... I hope that there are going to be more than that.... Thanks for all the information Harrison.
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