Does Newark sell 1/4 watt Vishay?
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I can't seem to find 1/4 watt resistors, only 1/8 watt. Care to point me in the right direction?
 
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The thing is newark has all the goodies in one place, mouser does not


Oh well double shipping again....I'm getting used to it anyway.
 
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The thing is newark has all the goodies in one place, mouser does not


Oh well double shipping again....I'm getting used to it anyway.


Such is the plight of a diyer!
 
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Well said, puppyslug...

Incidentally, for headphone amps, 1/8W is almost always enough. I use solely 1/8Ws (except for the 1meg input resistor which isn't availible in 1/8w) on my META42s- never had a problem. Obviously, for electrostatic amps, things might be a bit different...
 
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This is for the Kevin Gilmore Class A Dynamic amp. Think the PS and amp will do ok with 1/8 Watt?
 
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Hmm... Kevin specced 1/4W for the resistors in that amp... I'd recommend sticking to 'em since I'm not familiar with the design.
 
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