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  1. G600

    What Are You Building Today

    Incredible ! Everything look easy in your kitchen...
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    matching resistors

    Another route would be to identify the critical resistor, and if they are few enough, buy texas components metal foil tailored to your value and tolerance ? May be a plus soundwise too...
  3. G600

    DIY mini T2 Build Thread

    At least one full set for me, and depending on cost some more.
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    DIY mini T2 Build Thread

    We definitely need a group buy for those PS. All-in-one PSU for the miniT2 kept mini (apart from the transformers, but that's another story).
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    The Multi Amp aka Dynalo Mk2

    Have you tried it with FETs instead of THAT340 ?
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    DIY mini T2 Build Thread

    Do you see critical resistor, some that will benefit from lower ppm or tolerance ?
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    DIY mini T2 Build Thread

    Excellent work as usual, JoaMat. Please let us know if you test those values in your working unit ! I'm thinking of populating the SMD resistor with the fine Susumu RG (thin film). Used them in the QRV-08 (Sjostrom). 1206 are 200 V rated and 805 150V, should be plenty.
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    stax t8000 clone (well sorta)

    Kerry's mini PSU are so interesting for such a tiny amp !
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    CCS mod for 006t (t1 Variant )

    Why don't you just buy the thick ceramic pad and a PEEK screw ? No insulation tester, no fried sand and no risk of being transformed in charcoal.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    You could extend soldering pleasure by making your own volume control instead of RK50. For example a Seiden 32025 with the matching set of resistor for 10K http://www.goldpt.com/r_series.html You could make 3 for the K50's price.
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    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    A lot of fun indeed. Just go slow and double check everything.
  12. G600

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Yours is safe. But just take a careful look before starting populating the Beast.
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