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Old 16th August 2019, 02:16 PM   #461
Mr_Zenith is offline Mr_Zenith  United States
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After a 14 year run, the TSE must DIE!
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I still haven't solved the R5 puzzle.
Thanks for the update, and for all your work and time. Sometimes I forget to "read between the lines" and remember that the original TSE was optimized for the 45.

I will say that when mine "poofed", I was absolutely ecstatic to find a 5 W resistor of a similar value lurking in my parts bin. It was a PITA to install, but the additional margin was worth it; the amp has worked flawlessly since. Barring any further discoveries, I "ain't" removing it anytime soon.
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After a 14 year run, the TSE must DIE!
Just got my TSE-II board today! I am very excited to build my first tube amp.

Is this Digikey part number (from what I take to be the original SE parts list on tubelab.com) good for R5 or is it one of the bad ones?

Digikey P270W-2BK-ND (Panasonic ERG-2SJ271)

Digikey has ~5000 in stock but they are listed as "Not for New Designs"
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Digikey has ~5000 in stock but they are listed as "Not for New Designs"
That is if you want control over the life cycle of your product. So essentially if you are an amplifier manufacturer and you would like to be able to use parts for which you want notifications from the manufacturer of the part about the life cycle of that particular part.

In short. There is nothing wrong with the part itself.

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Just got my TSE-II board today! I am very excited to build my first tube amp.
Good luck! I think you have chosen an awesome first project!
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