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Yes it does! I'll show you. Here's the parts for just the amplifier section (not including the capacitor multiplier, voltage regulator section)Amp parts: Mouser # of partsTDA7297 511-TDA7297 1330uf 667-25SEPF330M 1247kohm CFR16J47K 2Vishay/Sprague 10uf 75-515D106M035JA6AE3 1input cap recommended 80-PHE426KF7150JR6L2 2input bypass cap recommended MKP1837322161G 2
What's the deal with the capacitor multiplier, voltage regulator section ? Is that populated on the same board?
Ordered both. Sounds like a fun project with good or better results, plus I felt a need to support a fellow Montanan even if he is in Missoula.
Peter, you can buy several thousands of them from another place that carries NOS. You have to have the transistor. I include it for free! Maybe I should check because I mean for it to not sound optional. It's from my personal stash (I have a lot, maybe 1000 or so). There's lots of replacements, but the one I have has better specifications. I hope the future holds more DIY, for those that can't lay down real big stacks of cash on gear, but want to have something truly good.
I must moved , but I've always wondered if there was anyone in Montana! If you're going to Missoula anytime PM me, I might be able to get you a little audition with a system that's got this amp in it.
How do I order an antipole board?
Yes. You can see it at the bottom before the capacitor array.
Is there a pcb available for power supply?
What's the excitation of the board requirement?
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