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Originally Posted by glunteer View Post
 

on my switch...

3a 250vac

6a 125vac

 

i liked the MTS-223-F1 and MTS-223-E1 

 

I had a .pdf of the ONLEDA SPST switch but I can't remember how I got it.

China Electric only sells the in the hundreds to mfg's

 

I believe that these Jameco switches are the right size... but that's up to you.

 

Best O' Luck

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Originally Posted by sceleratus View Post
 

 

I had a .pdf of the ONLEDA SPST switch but I can't remember how I got it.

China Electric only sells the in the hundreds to mfg's

 

I believe that these Jameco switches are the right size... but that's up to you.

 

Best O' Luck

thanks for the help! :)

 

Cheers !

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Originally Posted by Zashoomin View Post
 

 

Haha BRING IT

 

 

Bringing it

 

 

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #9334 of 9604

Bringing More

 

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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Bringing More

 

 

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Bringing it

 

 

Well I can say with confidence that you BROUGHT IT.  I can't wait to see the finished product...those cabinets look fantastic already.

post #9336 of 9604
Here is my SSMH I recently "finished", they never really are though, are they? I stil want to burn labels into the enclosure but not sure how to go about it.


Edited by PintoDave - 9/17/13 at 8:38pm
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Originally Posted by RudeWolf View Post
 

One thing tho - why did you choose to use smd electrolytic capacitors? Weren't through-hole parts as good? I'm asking because those were most likely the trickiest to solder.

I wanted to go SMD all the way but my latest SMD has modified footprint for easier hand soldering. Now the pads are more outside and more accessible.


Edited by peranders - 9/17/13 at 9:21pm
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Ok, that was my thinking as well. And yeah - I have a set of the SSB01 boards as well, the caps were a bit easier to solder there. I might use them in an office amplifier - most likely I'll put one of the boards in the feedback loop of an OPA134.

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I'm going to have my back panel re-cut to accommodate some changes.  Rather than 0.09" silicon bronze I'll use 0.07 T6061  AL-LEW_MINI-YUM

 

Aquatech water cuts the panels straight from my Adobe Illustrator file.  They have a fixed fee for anything up to 24" x 48".    Since I only need 6" x 16" I was going to buy a 24" x 24" piece.  I guess I could cut 3 more, but why.

 

So why am I posting?  I thought if any of ya'll might want a panel cut it would only cost the postage if it'll fit in the remainder of 24x24 otherwise add the difference between the cost of a 24x24 and a 24x48 AL sheet.  I have not purchased the material yet.  The pieces in the photo below were from a 24x24.  I'm only cutting the small one.  Including the perimeter, there are close to 90 things cutout.

 

Or if a couple guys have small pieces we could do that...

 

PM me if interested.  If needed, I'll help with getting your layout into Illustrator.

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Well I can say with confidence that you BROUGHT IT.  I can't wait to see the finished product...those cabinets look fantastic already.

 

 

G44

 

 

I have to delay my project for almost a week. I need to drive into Bangkok (10Hrs) and take care of some things.....   But I figure I have around 2-3 days left on prep work for the towers.

 

Then on to the lacquer stage.

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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6N28B + OPA 2134

 

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Originally Posted by Roberval View Post

6N28B + OPA 2134

 


That's really really nice!
You got any more info on the schematics? Your own design?

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Circuit :

 

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Cool amp, how's the sound?

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Sounds very good (at least for me). This one is an update from previous version with JFET´s. These are the main modificatios :

 

- OPA 2134 instead of the JFET´s (IFR 740);
- Better filtering – I was able to get rid of a huge electrolytic cap ;
- Audio grade caps .

 

Resulting in better sound and lower power consumption (from 530ma to 280ma).

 

Old Project :

6N28B minitube headphone amp.

6N28B minitube headphone amp.

 

 

Thanks.


Edited by Roberval - 9/30/13 at 11:02am
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