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Old 15th March 2019, 05:12 AM   #61
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Last 2 to go! and combined Manniraj+Cl00sed orders for single shipment.

Prasi- 4 nos.
Silasmellor - 4 nos.
Vunce- 4 nos.
Myint67- 2
Vasilis - 6
Hicoco - 2
Surfatwork - 2
manniraj/Cl00sed(Rajesh) - 4+2
MD_Stryker - 4
xrk971 - 2
gary s - 4
Project16 - 2
bk856er - 2
Luke - 2
ymwong - 6
Pinnocchio - 2
883bkong-2
ipolyakov - 4
outtek - 2
Stixx - 2
markus22ch - 4
tome - 4
dewdrop - 2
Kokanee - 4
BEYoung/US/6
marcus1 - 2
SigFire - 2
ckwong99 -4
Malvin - 2
TungstenAudio - 2
potepuh -4
Juntuin - 4
SanjeevM -2
ma_coule - 4
jameshillj - 2
vvs07 - 4
Quantensprung - 6
Meanie - 2
jj506 - 4
Roundtoit - 4
gtose - 2
sampsonite - 4

Total 138 Nos.
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Old 17th March 2019, 11:43 AM   #62
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Prasi- 4 nos.
Silasmellor - 4 nos.
Vunce- 4 nos.
Myint67- 2
Vasilis - 6
Hicoco - 2
Surfatwork - 2
manniraj/Cl00sed(Rajesh) - 4+2
MD_Stryker - 4
xrk971 - 2
gary s - 4
Project16 - 2
bk856er - 2
Luke - 2
ymwong - 6
Pinnocchio - 2
883bkong-2
ipolyakov - 4
outtek - 2
Stixx - 2
markus22ch - 4
tome - 4
dewdrop - 2
Kokanee - 4
BEYoung/US/6
marcus1 - 2
SigFire - 2
ckwong99 -4
Malvin - 2
TungstenAudio - 2
potepuh -4
Juntuin - 4
SanjeevM -2
ma_coule - 4
jameshillj - 2
vvs07 - 4
Quantensprung - 6
Meanie - 2
jj506 - 4
Roundtoit - 4
gtose - 2
sampsonite - 4
Johnny Canuck - 2

Total 140 Nos.
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Old 17th March 2019, 06:00 PM   #63
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Okay. all boards accounted for.

Now I am just throwing a concept in the fray for the Ideal Bridge Controller based on LT4320.
Its a spin off of the concept based on datasheet of LT4320, realized by tvicol , suggestions by xrk971 , and lot of guidance by an Australian gentleman.

It is designed to substitute both the GBU25k type rectifiers and Vishay SIP-4 PB3508 type rectifiers.

It has the AC snubbers and as well as the LED indicator. All SMD ofcourse plus optional DFN package / DIL08 package for the LT4320 to retain flexibility.

Its not all that cheap to build either as the Chip and the Mosfet cost is a bit high compared to the normal rectifiers.

I have ordered a few PCBs and give it to willing members who want to see what LT4320 based design can do. The tester PCBs dont have all the options although maintain the basic functional schema.

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Old 17th March 2019, 06:14 PM   #64
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Prasi, just like to be sure i understand well...
The new CRCRC PSU is compatible with the Ideal Bridge Controller of tvicol, Right ??
I will use the Ideal Bridge in my new design..thanks
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Old 17th March 2019, 06:48 PM   #65
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yes, it is compatible with ideal bridge by tvicol.
CRC Power Supply (Class A amplifier)
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Old 17th March 2019, 07:11 PM   #66
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Besides my ongoing expiriments with the ACA, my next builds will be FW Aleph J and M2x clones. So I will need rectifiers capable of supporting class A operation of 1.8 to 2 Amps or more per channel. If the ‘ideal’ rectifiers can handle this amount of power, then I would be interested in evaluating a set.
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Hi Prasi,
Perfect! I’d like a few boards.
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Old 18th March 2019, 04:18 AM   #68
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Hello Vunce and TungstenAudio,
I will include them in your package of the CRCRC PCBs. They should be able to handle 2 amps easily.
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Old 18th March 2019, 05:28 AM   #69
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Hi Prasi

I am also interested to try it out, please include in mine as well.

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Old 18th March 2019, 05:29 AM   #70
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Prasi, please include me as well, will use it in my Class A build
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