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Old 15th April 2005, 08:50 PM   #101
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Id be interested in 2 board's..
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Old 15th April 2005, 10:32 PM   #102
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Id be interested in 2 board's..
As would I... I want to finalize my chassis design, I've put it off because I intended to use the original bosoz boards I already have but don't want to build around them if I end up getting these. I like to build most things things once. No pressure .

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Old 19th April 2005, 01:56 PM   #103
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I just got a replay to my quotation:

Powersupply pcb 50pc's = 12.2USD/pc
Powersupply pcb 100pc's = 7.95USD/pc
Powersupply pcb 150pc's = 6.40USD/pc

XBosoz pcb 50pc's = 11.7USD/pc
XBosoz pcb 100pc's = 7.65USD/pc
XBosoz pcb 150pc's = 6.3USD/pc

+ shipping + paypal fee.

The powersupply size is 200mm x 74mm (7.9" x 2.9") and the xbosoz size is 150mm x 89mm (5.9" x 3.5"). The boards will have red soldermask and the pads will be goldplated.

What do you think?
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Old 19th April 2005, 03:09 PM   #104
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Originally posted by Kari
I just got a replay to my quotation:

Powersupply pcb 50pc's = 12.2USD/pc
Powersupply pcb 100pc's = 7.95USD/pc
Powersupply pcb 150pc's = 6.40USD/pc

XBosoz pcb 50pc's = 11.7USD/pc
XBosoz pcb 100pc's = 7.65USD/pc
XBosoz pcb 150pc's = 6.3USD/pc

+ shipping + paypal fee.

The powersupply size is 200mm x 74mm (7.9" x 2.9") and the xbosoz size is 150mm x 89mm (5.9" x 3.5"). The boards will have red soldermask and the pads will be goldplated.

What do you think?
Sounds reasonable to me, will one PSU power two XBOSOZ boards, or does each XBOSOZ require it's own power supply?

I am in for 2 of each myself, 4 of each if we break 100 pcs.

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Old 19th April 2005, 03:11 PM   #105
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I would be interested. Especially if we can get enough orders for 150 boards.

Does this circuit opperate ok with an unbalanced input?

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Old 19th April 2005, 03:27 PM   #106
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Yes it does operate with unbalanced input, what you need to do is to connect the in- to gnd.

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Old 19th April 2005, 04:39 PM   #107
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Hi There Kari

I would be interested in enough boards for a standard bosoz setup. If a seperate psu can be used for each amp board I would go for that so 2 of each boards. Price seems good at any rate for me.

I guess a wiki for a group buy would be the logical next step. I havent done that sorta thing before but Im sure someone out there has....

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Old 19th April 2005, 04:52 PM   #108
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Default Heat sink!!

Go and take a look at this guy's bosoz heatsink!

http://www.cowanrg.mesanetworks.net/projects/bosoz.htm

Awsome Alsph chasis too and for sale.

http://www.cowanrg.mesanetworks.net/projects/
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Old 19th April 2005, 06:25 PM   #109
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Sounds reasonable to me, will one PSU power two XBOSOZ boards, or does each XBOSOZ require it's own power supply?
One will be enough for 2 channels, of course if you want to you can use one for each channel.

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Old 21st April 2005, 08:59 AM   #110
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GP up @ http://www.diyaudio.com/wiki/index.p...ower+supply+GP

I'm in the process of creating a web based ordering page. This is really needed so i don't repeat the mistakes which i had with the AX GP.

Still it is important that you list yourself on the wiki page so we can get the correct pricing.

Thank you,

Kari
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