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Old Yesterday, 02:42 AM   #2991
tamra is offline tamra  Japan
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Did you use Toshiba 2SK1530 at Q1 and Q2?
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I have used 2sk1530 both Q1 and Q2 with 0.22ohm source resistor. No other change.
I have not done pico's mod without led.
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Old Yesterday, 03:10 AM   #2992
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tamra,

If I am not wrong Toshiba 2SK1530 is a T0-220 part and smaller than the TO-247 devices that the PCB is design for.

How are you connecting the 2SK1530 - is it using leads (wires)?
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Old Yesterday, 03:47 AM   #2993
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TO-264
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I connected with copper wire.
Actually one of 2sk1530 leg was easily snapped when I tried to bend.
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That shouldn't happen.
Copper is extremely ductile.
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I have used 2sk1530 both Q1 and Q2 with 0.22ohm source resistor. No other change.
I have not done pico's mod without led.

thank you
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Old Yesterday, 06:34 AM   #2997
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That shouldn't happen.
Copper is extremely ductile.
Yes,I surprised 2 legs snapped.
But sound is very good.
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