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Has it ever been determined if the 207 and 307 use the same driver?

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Edited by thinker - 3/1/13 at 10:02am
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Edited by thinker - 3/1/13 at 9:58am
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Yeah, that tells you what the plate should be made of, but Justin is still correct when he says there's no HV specs for the plate.

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http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=880821&is=REG&Q=&A=details

 

it's a blank plate and then the holes are added.  i would guess that behind it are pins mounted onto a circuit board, and the plate is just a cover.  could work fine but it's mystery plastic from China and the high voltage specifications for it are not published.

 

 

Thanks a lot for the help guys! Guess I'll be sticking with teflon and do some creative milling on the front plate. tongue.gif

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I just love the idea of using just any plastic for a high voltage connector.  Almost as stupid as using anything died black for high voltage. 

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I just love the idea of using just any plastic for a high voltage connector.  Almost as stupid as using anything died black for high voltage. 


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how long does kuboten take to ship item ??

 

my sr404 ltd is t their storage and i have paid form the shipping to my country also ( after i got the quote for it ) ....but after they just stopped replying to my mails. its been 8 days already.

am worried sick, i ordered from them cause i read here they were reliable.

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Yeah, that tells you what the plate should be made of, but Justin is still correct when he says there's no HV specs for the plate.

 

Not sure if this is useful:

 

From http://www.mouser.com/catalog/catalogusd/645/1351.pdf

 

The part belongs to the Speakon® SPX series with the following generic specs:

 

Specifications:
• Rated Current/Contact: 40A rms continuous, 50 A audiosignal, duty cycle 50%

• Dielectric Strength: 4kV peak • Rated Voltage: 250VAC

• Temperature Range: -30°C to +80°C

• Max. Wire Size: 10AWG/5mm

• Cable O.D. Range: 6mm-14mm

 

Materials:
• Contacts: Brass

• Locking Element: Zinc Diecast

• Housing/Insert: PBTP 20% GR

• Bushing: Polyamide PA 6 15% GR

• Chuck: Polyacetal POM

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Not sure if this is useful:

 

From http://www.mouser.com/catalog/catalogusd/645/1351.pdf

 

The part belongs to the Speakon® SPX series with the following generic specs:

 

Specifications:
• Rated Current/Contact: 40A rms continuous, 50 A audiosignal, duty cycle 50%

• Dielectric Strength: 4kV peak • Rated Voltage: 250VAC

• Temperature Range: -30°C to +80°C

• Max. Wire Size: 10AWG/5mm

• Cable O.D. Range: 6mm-14mm

 

Materials:
• Contacts: Brass

• Locking Element: Zinc Diecast

• Housing/Insert: PBTP 20% GR

• Bushing: Polyamide PA 6 15% GR

• Chuck: Polyacetal POM

 

Not applicable. Those are actual connectors, whereas the specs that matter are for the material that is being used as a cover. Neutrik doesn't provide that since it's not designed as a HV interface material.

 

 

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I just love the idea of using just any plastic for a high voltage connector.  Almost as stupid as using anything died black for high voltage. 

 

 

 

I guess it makes as much sense as having a headphone amp where the headphone connectors are on the back :p

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I guess it makes as much sense as having a headphone amp where the headphone connectors are on the back :p

What's wrong with that? They are not the only manufacturer to do this. But it's most likely due to so many things cramped into such a small enclosure with no headroom at the front.

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What other amps do that? To me it doesn't seem ergonomic.at all.

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how long does kuboten take to ship item ??

 

my sr404 ltd is t their storage and i have paid form the shipping to my country also ( after i got the quote for it ) ....but after they just stopped replying to my mails. its been 8 days already.

am worried sick, i ordered from them cause i read here they were reliable.

Wow.  That site doesn't translate well.  So Kuboten is just the auction site right?  Who did you actually purchase from?

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What's wrong with that? They are not the only manufacturer to do this. But it's most likely due to so many things cramped into such a small enclosure with no headroom at the front.

 

imvho it's extremely annoying and inconvenient unless you only use upto 2 pairs of headphones and leave them plugged in

 

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Originally Posted by singh View Post

how long does kuboten take to ship item ??

 

my sr404 ltd is t their storage and i have paid form the shipping to my country also ( after i got the quote for it ) ....but after they just stopped replying to my mails. its been 8 days already.

am worried sick, i ordered from them cause i read here they were reliable.

Wow.  That site doesn't translate well.  So Kuboten is just the auction site right?  Who did you actually purchase from?

 

@singh: Considering my experience with Craig/kuboten, he'd usually answer my emails very quickly, frequently within the hour. BUT there were times when he was busy. Overall I found him reliable (i.e. didnt run away with my goods and money)

 

@coredump: if you google you'd discover kuboten acts as a proxy for buying items on yahoo auctions japan

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