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That's great news! Anybody that has been interested in building one of these great amps, better jump on the group buy.
For ebag4. The antek toroidal transformers that I bought and used for my two builds work flawlessly and produce not the slightest hum. I am pretty sure I used the as-1215 I believe??? Here is a link. http://www.antekinc.com/as-1215/Also, I think it was KR500 that complimented me on my finished build a page or two back, thanks for the praise!!!
Battery power use 24v, SMPS can be as low as 21v, and transformer should be 16v to get rectified around 23-24v.
Thanks for that, much appreciated. I see they have a 15v and 20v, I wonder if there is any reason to go above the recommended 16v since it appears he is taking it to 23 V:Best,Ed
Lacro, earlier you posted about completing your fourth Folsom amp and how noticeably better sounding it was compared to the previous three. What do you attribute most of the improvement to...the large Lundahl xformer? ...the Clarity input caps?Looking forward to my 1st Folsom amp build,Pete
For ebag4. The antek toroidal transformers that I bought and used for my two builds work flawlessly and produce not the slightest hum. I am pretty sure I used the as-1215 I believe??? Here is a link. http://www.antekinc.com/as-1215/
Quick question for anyone, the LED in my switch is rated at 12VDC, it is the automotive type. I put the recommended 680 ohms resistor in series with the positive lead, I am picking up the power to the switch from the output of the Antipole. The LED is incredibly bright, what are my options to reduce the brightness?Switch SpecsSpecifications: Head diameter: 7/8" (22mm) Mounting hole size: 3/4" (19mm) Depth inc contacts: 1.5" (38mm) Switch combination: 1NO1NC Operation types: Latching Switch rating: 5A/250VAC LED voltage: 12V DC LED color: Red Head shape: Flat Enclosure material: Stainless Steel Protection level: IP67, IK10
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