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The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!


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JoaMat has sent me the board layout, and I'm working on it.

He did not need silkscreens, everyone else is definitely going to need them.

Could do it as 1 board instead of 4.

 

As one board it would be 11.77 x 7.8 inches.  So a bunch smaller than the 16 x 12 of the original

And using 10m90s definitely removes a bunch of parts. And so does the lt1021, although that one

part is probably double the cost of the led's and fet it replaced. Way more stable though.

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As one board it would be 11.77 x 7.8 inches.  So a bunch smaller than the 16 x 12 of the original

And using 10m90s definitely removes a bunch of parts. And so does the lt1021, although that one

part is probably double the cost of the led's and fet it replaced. Way more stable though.

 

Cheers to the sliver of hope that mere mortals may be able to own a T2, at least a higher chance than currently  ;D

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suggest you buy as many 2sk79 and 2sk216 as you can, you are still going to need those.

no suitable replacement for those yet.  All the other parts are mouser.

 

http://gilmore.chem.northwestern.edu/t2modified.jpg

 

Getting the power supply to match that physical size going to be just about impossible.

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