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post #316 of 329

Fred,

 

If the boards are still available could I still get one?


Thanks,

Eric

post #317 of 329
Thread Starter 

Hi

send me your email address plus the number you want and I'll send a Paypal invoice

 

 

cheers

FRED

post #318 of 329
Well, good to see this thread still here! I bought a board a couple years ago and got distracted with other things and forgot about it. Found the board the other day and would like to get it built, will be going back and looking for a current BOM as well as reviewing build sheets. Reading through this, i cant believe how much i have forgotton, but other interests have taken over.

Even if i dont fully understand the thoery and how it works, i can follow directions and build most anything, lol!

Just dont beat me up too bad as im digging through here again looking to make some sense of it all...

Next up are new head phones.


-Alexander
post #319 of 329

Fred, are there more ssmh pcb's available? Let me know, thanks!

post #320 of 329
Thread Starter 

Hi Yes got plenty :-)   (for now)


Boards are $3.75US each 


postage in Australia is $2.50


worldwide airmail $4.00US for up to 2 boards, then it jumps to $10.00US for up to 250g


send me your email address plus the number you want and I'll send a Paypal invoice

 

 

cheers

FRED

post #321 of 329
Hi Fred, is the board for the original Pete Millett 19J6 version or the later one ?

I have one I built up a couple of years ago with 19J6s, on perfboard, but I'm thinking of rebuilding it onto a PCB. I've probably even got enough parts left over to build another one as well :-).
post #322 of 329
Hi Fred,

Can the board support e80cc, e182cc and 12sn7(via adaptor)

Cheers,
Emil
post #323 of 329
Quote:
Originally Posted by DudeMyCans View Post

Hi Fred, is the board for the original Pete Millett 19J6 version or the later one ?

I have one I built up a couple of years ago with 19J6s, on perfboard, but I'm thinking of rebuilding it onto a PCB. I've probably even got enough parts left over to build another one as well :-).

 

I've just done what I should have done before posting my question and read the first post in the thread. I now realise that it's not for the 19J6's.

 

Never mind.

post #324 of 329

Thank you, I received your boards for the SSMH, they came in a reasonable time thank you again. I did find out your board did not fit in the recommended case build of materials for the SSMH. The build of materials parts list from Mouser or DigaKey I found the resistors are too big to fit on the board, the body of the resistor actually larger than the were the holes are drilled, unless you mount them at a 45 degree angle.  " look at the size of R13 in the photo, that Panasonic 2W resistor will never fit in the tiny space. The Alps pot pin will not fit,

 

the WIMAs caps will not fit. The nichicon 680uF cap overlaps the R6 resistor. Can you please provide the part numbers and name of supplier for the super small resistors and smaller caps it would make it easier for the first timers who are trying to follow the build of materials on the diyforms.org

       I built the SSMH 19J6 version on a purf board next to your board in the photo. Believe me, that was not easy for a first timer.( There was a lot of learning curve going on when I was building that on purf board. I could not find a SSMH 19J6 PBC board   

post #325 of 329
Thread Starter 

You need to read this thread, this board is nothing like the original BOM and so would not fit those parts, there is a BOM for this board up near the beginning

post #326 of 329

thank you for the quick reply. I will go over this thread more thoroughly. Thank you for throwing in one extra board in my order. Once I build one for myself, I will build and gift the others to friends.   

post #327 of 329

Here goes another one! :beyersmile:

 

Thanks to Pete Millet, Dsavitsk & specialy to Fred_fred ;-)


Also all Head-fi'ers (with his comments) who make it possible.

 

Enjoy your projects!

 

 

 


Edited by fuens - 3/1/17 at 3:24pm
post #328 of 329

how much do these PCBs run?  I"m looking at grabbing one 

post #329 of 329
Thread Starter 

Boards are $3.75US each 


postage in Australia is $2.50


worldwide airmail $4.00US for up to 2 boards, then it jumps to $10.00US for up to 250g


send me your email address plus the number you want and I'll send a Paypal invoice

 

 

cheers

FRED

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