wxn said:Nuuk: yeah, neat and very compact
motherone: yep, these are Socket A heatsinks. Got them from a local supplier for about 3$ each and they even had fans! Though they were very noisy and as these heatsinks proved to be quite effective up to about 50W output power, I decided to get rid of fans altogether.
jimbo1968 said:I like the zero tolerance of pcb/strip board.
This must limit the choice of components based on physical size. Could you give a rundown of the amp components for those of us who can't yet tell a capacitor from a resistor.
motherone said:One thing that comes to mind is have you thought about using thermal epoxy to mount the chips to the heatsinks? It'd be a nice, no-screw method to do it. Might be worth it once you verify that the amp works, and assuming all the heatsinks are isolated from each other and the chassis.