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AC side of the power supply is wired. This build doesn't use all the transformer's tabs, but I still kept them just in case I want to re-use this transformer in another project. The blue wires are a 6v secondary, isolated from the main secondary, that I will probably use to power LEDs in the tube sockets.
By KimLaroux
Jun 15, 2012
Line in is wired using braided solid core copper. Physical power rails using 18 AWG solid copper. The 4 power decoupling capacitors are Nichicon ES MUSE.
By KimLaroux
Jun 17, 2012
My freshly finished SSMH on it's first test drive. The pot, knob and output jack were salvaged from a vintage stereo. There's bad scratching sound from the pot, I'll have to find a better one.
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By KimLaroux
Jun 17, 2012
My freshly finished SSMH on it's first test drive. The tubes are 12AX7.
By KimLaroux
Jun 17, 2012
My freshly finished SSMH on it's first test drive. View of the interior. The output coupling capacitors are Elna Silmic II. The inter-stage coupling capacitors are Mundorf M-CAP MKP Series.
By KimLaroux
Jun 17, 2012
My freshly finished SSMH on it's first test drive. View of the interior. The output coupling capacitors are Elna Silmic II. The inter-stage coupling capacitors are Mundorf M-CAP MKP Series.
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By KimLaroux
Jun 17, 2012
Finished assembling the power supply in the new enclosure. Since the case is shorter than the clear plastic one I had, the original layout did not fit. I rebuilt the power supply from the ground up. I placed the capacitors so they shield AC from the rest of the circuit.
By KimLaroux
Aug 11, 2012
Finished reassembling the wiring for the tubes and the MOSFETs. This time the original layout was recycled. I also installed the back panel and some shields.
By KimLaroux
Aug 11, 2012
My Millett "Starving Student" Hybrid, complete and working circuit. I designed a 48v linear regulated power supply for this amplifier, it consists of everything right of the tube sockets.
By KimLaroux
Aug 19, 2012
My Millett "Starving Student" Hybrid, complete and working circuit. I designed a 48v linear regulated power supply for this amplifier, it consists of everything behind the tube sockets.
By KimLaroux
Aug 19, 2012
My Millett "Starving Student" Hybrid headphone amplifier. The whole circuit was built using Point to Point wiring. I designed and built a 48v linear regulated power supply for the amplifier. The transformer and the cubic heat sink beside it are part of the PSU. I built Faraday cages around the tubes, to shield them from all the EMI from today's technologies, more precisely WiFi.
By KimLaroux
Aug 19, 2012
My Millett "Starving Student" Hybrid headphone amplifier. The whole circuit was built using Point to Point wiring. I designed and built a 48v linear regulated power supply for the amplifier. The transformer and the cubic heat sink beside it are part of the PSU. I built Faraday cages around the tubes, to shield them from all the EMI from today's technologies, more precisely WiFi.
By KimLaroux
Aug 19, 2012
My Millett "Starving Student" Hybrid headphone amplifier, sitting atop the Audio-gd NFB-12. The enclosure I used for my MSSH is almost the same size as the NFB-12. It's the Hammond 1455T2201. I installed orange LEDs inside the tube sockets, but I used low intensity LEDs so they are useless. The tube's heaters are actually more luminescent.
By KimLaroux
Aug 19, 2012

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