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Seems the 2W 2.4kohm resistor on Dustin's mouser project is only available in quantities of a 1000. Same with the knob. You guys have any ideas? I can't wait to build this smily_headphones1.gif
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I couldn't get capacitators C1 and C6 (680UF) so I used 470UF 63V I had. I hope it won't effect the audio :)



I have a question about potentiometer.


I couldn't get a potentiometer that fits on PCB in local store.


Probably I would have to order it from mouser or farnell.


Which one did you guys use, do you have any tips about buying one ?




I still need tubes and tubes sockets. Gonna order it from ebay soon.


now i am working on enclousre. Its gonna be made out of plywood :)

post #273 of 280
Going through my parts, I have two IRL510's. Would these be okay to use?
post #274 of 280
Got my boards today! Thanks Howard!
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Sent a PM earlier for a couple....looking forward to building this!

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My project stopped for a bit. I still need a potentiomete (I don't know which one to order), Tubes and sockets for them.


At the moment I am working on CmoyBBs :)

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I will have a couple of boards, Fred, if there is any left. PM Sent.



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Thanks, Fred!  Board looks great!

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I would like to purchase a few of these boards. Do you accept google wallet or paypal?

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Started to work on project again.


Ordered a PS on Ebay from China, it's on the way. Also talked with some audio company for tubes and sockets. I ordered JJ tubes for 7€ each +22% tax. Neightbour who is making cases out of sheet metal will make me an inox box and I will apply some wood on it for better look.


Probably it will be finished in the start of new month

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