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I need to see if I can find a decent chassis with heat sinks attached.

AFAIK, all the boards are aimed for one of the hifi2000 chassis.

Heatsink USA also has some decent choices and price is pretty reasonable.

No T2 board sets up for grabs?

I want a set to squirrel away like a nut. :P

I can add that option if you'd like :D

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Hi all, I'm going to do a board run for Dr Gilmore's latest projects (KGSSHV, Dynahi Rev A and DynaFET) so if anyone is interested, please sign up here. The KGSSHV will be the latest revision.

Cool Package to Deepak seems to be affected by the hurricane... Got stuck in NY for the last 5 or 6 days already Hopefully he won't receive a soaking wet box.

Just got my boards. It's a bit startling just how much smaller the Exstata V2 amp boards are compared to the KGSSHV given that they were once identical...

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AFAIK, all the boards are aimed for one of the hifi2000 chassis.

Heatsink USA also has some decent choices and price is pretty reasonable.

I can add that option if you'd like :D

Yeah I read that in the KGSSHV thread. Was kind of more excited about the cheaper easier to build version idea since I would have to import an expensive chassis.

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I would like that very much sir, depending on price.

I still have some sets left from the last run. Was like $175 + shipping.

I'm a little confused by your spreadsheet, but I'll take two complete sets of everything, including the 2x PSU option (I think that is what I filled out?)

Yup, I think you got it right.

Yeah I read that in the KGSSHV thread. Was kind of more excited about the cheaper easier to build version idea since I would have to import an expensive chassis.

Let me see if I could arrange some on-board heatsink PCBs.

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I don't think i have a current layout for the dynafet board, will have to look.

just the balanced dynafet board.

so a kgsshv set is 2 amp boards (there are 2 different kinds) and a power supply board

if you pick the side mount boards, then this should fit in the 3U hifi2000 chassis

a dynahi set would be 2 amp boards and one power supply board

subject to the size of the caps, this should fit in a 2U hifi2000 chassis

a balanced dynahi set would be 2 balanced boards and 2 power suply boards

this is going to need 2 chassis

a balanced dynafet set would be 2 balanced boards and 2 power supply boards

this is also going to need 2 chassis

i'm open to other ideas

It would be VERY NICE if everyone calls up Linear Systems and bugs the crap

out of them for lsj109's, or even the singles versions. If enough people

do it, they might actually sell them.

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I'm in for a T2 board set and a KGSSHV side-sink board set.

*Many thanks to Lil Knight for heading up this group buy.

*Thanks to KG for designing and redesigning (over and over and over...) the KGSSHV.

*Thanks to Kerry for your design and prototyping support.

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Guys, good news for those who want the onboard heatsinks KGSSHV.

I can offer that option now that Dr Gilmore has fixed the layout for the LSK389.

So now you have 2 options, onboard or offboard heatsink for the amp section. I added a column next to quantity in the spreadsheet. Please mark it "on" or "off" according to your need.

Of course changing the quantity would affect the final price.

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I am in for 2 sets of KGSSHV board, one onboard and one external heatsink and 2 sets balanced Dynahi. Will update spreadsheet when I get home, work internet doesn't like the link.

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I am in for 2 sets of KGSSHV board, one onboard and one external heatsink and 2 sets balanced Dynahi. Will update spreadsheet when I get home, work internet doesn't like the link.

I was already editing it to add my preferences, so I went ahead and put you in there as well.

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