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LaaG, you should call your amp "the Power Pellet".

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iPod Nano 3G,  DIY LOD, Pretty much a standard CMoy but with TLE railspliter, bigger caps all round and AD8620 all stuffed in a Pacman case.


 

sweet! awesome job.  forgive my ignorance.  what is  railsplitter, and what is an AD8620?

 

is that giant thing on the right the volume knob?  why is it so long?

 


Edited by Br777 - 5/1/11 at 2:23pm
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LaaG, you should call your amp "the Power Pellet".


That shall be reserved for the bass boost version! basshead.gif I just need to find some time to miniturize everything and make a new layout. Theres a second version of that case (I think it's Blinky) which looks just as bad***.

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sweet! awesome job.  forgive my ignorance.  what is  railsplitter, and what is an AD8620?

 

is that giant thing on the right the volume knob?  why is it so long?

 



In short, a standard CMoy uses 2 resistors+2 capacitors in the power circuit, the TLE2426 railsplitter repalces the resistors and 1 of the capacitors. The AD8620 was an opamp that got alot of hype. I was curious and wanted to know what all the fuss was about.

 

Yep, you are right. That long thing sticking out on the right is the volume knob. That was the most suitable 10k pot I could find at the time, it hasn't bothered me enough to replace it.

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iPod Nano 3G,  DIY LOD, Pretty much a standard CMoy but with TLE railspliter, bigger caps all round and AD8620 all stuffed in a Pacman case.

Love the LOD, looks extremely well made.
 

 

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