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post #16 of 219

Great job. I like how compact the board is, yet leaves enough space between the components for upgrades. 

post #17 of 219
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Originally Posted by KimLaroux View Post

Great job. I like how compact the board is, yet leaves enough space between the components for upgrades. 

Thanks its been very reliable and stable, I just got over using toner transfer to make it :-)

 

I used it to make this a while ago

 

 

 

Still gets an airing every now and then

 

 

cheers

FRED

post #18 of 219

Hi Fred, 

 

Do you have any more starving student pcb available? I am really interested in buying you a couple of them. 

 

I will wait for you. 

 

Thanks a lot

 

Mike

post #19 of 219

Would it be hard to convert this board from the 12AU7 to 6922 type or the PCC 189 or anything equivalent. 

Should I look at the values? I think the 12AU7 is a bit similar but with different values if i'm not mistaken.

post #20 of 219
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  •  @ ahoken 
  • No problems just send me your email and how many
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post #21 of 219
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Originally Posted by HolyCheese View Post

Would it be hard to convert this board from the 12AU7 to 6922 type or the PCC 189 or anything equivalent. 

Should I look at the values? I think the 12AU7 is a bit similar but with different values if i'm not mistaken.

On a 12AU7 pins  4 and 5 are the the 12.6 volt heater with pin 9 as the centre tape for 6.3v operation

On a 6922 pins 4 and 5 are the 6.3v heaters with pin 9 as the shield

 

so it would need some mucking about :-)

 

cheers

post #22 of 219

I found that product to replace c10 and c11 caps do you think it will fit for the use? 

 

http://www.digikey.ca/product-detail/en/B32652A6224J/495-1335-ND/592911

 

 

Thx

post #23 of 219
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I'm guessing you mean C2 and C4 and yes it would work but the lead spaving is 15mm so you'd need to do some lead bending to make it fit

 

cheers

FRED

post #24 of 219

PCBs arrived today. Lovely etching quality and such a tidy wee board. :)

Looking forward to building and testing. Thanks very much, Fred.

post #25 of 219
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Still got a few left :-)

post #26 of 219
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Still got a few left :-)

I might get a couple more once I receive my order and check out how they are. Hopefully they come soon.

post #27 of 219
Finally had the time to open mine, and man they are really well laid out and very well made! Nice job!!
post #28 of 219

Hi, The boards arrived today.

They look fantastic,

 

Many thanks!

post #29 of 219

Fred, are you still selling them?

post #30 of 219
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yes mate, just drop me your email address

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