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  1. Thank you! That's super helpful. I'll look into that then. It'll be a little while I think but I will definitely try to give back as much as I can.
  2. Hi all, I've been more and more interested in building my own amp after having built a relatively simple Elekit amp. I've been reading through the KGSSHV and KGSSHV Carbon build threads and I think I've found the google drives for the schematics and various documents, but it's still a bit confusing where to begin, and I'm not entirely sure I should jump right into trying to build a KGSSHV Carbon. I'm also unclear where one sources the PCBs for any of those builds - seems like various members hold extras and there are some floating around on eBay of dubious origin. Anyway, I'm not exactly
  3. thanks all for the help! which one? i'm afraid i've little experience with caps; the big brown ones seem like they're doming a little bit. looks like they're all hooked up to the voltage selector, and the ones with fuses in them - 1 and 3 - are wired to brown and green, so i guess i just need to change the fuses? that'll be a good deal easier to work with 😅 are there any recommendations for cap replacements? i've done through hole soldering before but never done any sort of replacement for electronics like this; looks like i've got 400v/220uf big brown caps and a ha
  4. Hi all, I was advised by some head-fi members to inquire about the technical aspects of this amplifier here. Do let me know if I'm failing to follow any rules; just trying to avoid any catastrophes! Here are the photos of my amp: https://imgur.com/a/sshHA7B The amp is an 8FQ7 SRM-007t rated for 100v 50/60hz outlets. I have a step down transformer (PowerBright) rated for 120v to 100v, and my outlets are, I believe, 120v at 60hz (American). The transformer works fine with my Japanese SRM-252S, but the fuse has blown 3 times now when turning on the 007t (always the 2nd time it turns on;
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