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  1. 7 minutes ago, pete_mac said:



    Re: using the same caps - if you are recapping two identical amps, it makes sense to use the same caps in the same locations (i.e. you buy double the quantity that you'd buy if you were going to restore only one amp) but you don't need to use the identical brand/model of caps throughout the amp. 


    There are only a handful of caps on the P2200 in any case - about $30 per amp for the driver boards.  The axial 220uf 35V cap will be the most expensive cap on the driver boards.


    The filter caps can be a bit pricier - check out what Mouser has on hand. 


    where can i find the list of caps in the amp?

    its got to be somewhere in the 59 page service manual

  2. On 30/07/2020 at 6:43 PM, Luc said:

    You looked at this?



    Nichicon caps... surely you'd want the best on a restore?

    i am about to watch it now,

    i am already 1300 into one of the amps 900 + 400 (bias, service, relay added)

    the other one im only 210 into.. definitely needs a recap and physical restore.

    i was just thinking if i use the exact same caps and relays in both amps i could use them for bi-amping/multi purpose

  3. 11 hours ago, pugmachine said:

    Western Acoustics  Preamplifier with HT bypass.   $1200


    tried to google that and couldnt find anything?

    did you mean "weston" acoustics? 

    what reasoning for choosing that particular brand?

  4. Item:Pre amp with ht bypass
    Price Range: lets talk
    Item Condition: Used
    Extra Info: looking for a Pre amp with ht bypass

    I thought I would edit just to filter a few things out. Looking for in colour black.. and also need between 4-5 inputs. I would rather the majority of it to be analog. I already have a nice dax and phono stage.

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  5. On 03/06/2020 at 2:36 PM, Cafad said:

    I always thought that most speaker spikes were fairly standard.  I very much doubt the thread is anything exotic, grab a 6mm bolt or piece of 6mm threaded rod and see if it screws in to the base.  If it does then your options are very open. 


    If not then you'll still be in a bind but a step further along than when you started.

    Yeah luckily they are very standard can't say the same for my missions.

  6. welcome cameron, 

    friend of mine so i can vouch for cameron as he is a audio freak just like the rest of us,

    we have very similar equipment at the moment which is great as we are helping one another do diy upgrades

  7. On 02/06/2020 at 1:50 AM, rockeater said:

    Your best chances are to look for it under its name which can be found next to the pink connector.

    Sadly, the picture is too low resolution to make it out.


    Do you need this particular board or any Pentium 1 board?


    yeah, i dont know why its foggy, its a 56megapixel camera...

    anyway i will let mos-fet chime in as it is his setup.

    i did tell him that a raspberry pi should do everything plus more.. so if anyone has an arcade machine with a raspberry pi as the brain please chime in and let us know how you have it set up

  8. FOUND: Item: Aaron speaker spikes
    Price Range: let's talk
    Item Condition: New or Used
    Extra Info: I contacted Aaron but they don't have any spikes left.

    they were able to tell me that they ar 6mm spikes but couldn't tell me what thread.

  9. Item:Pentium 1 motherboard (suits jama arcade board)
    Price Range: Lets Talk
    Item Condition: New or Used
    Extra Info:

    Hey sorry, i know this isnt exactly hifi related (well it could be if i decide to turn this machine into a streamer one day)

    really need to find this board, as it matches up with the jama board .


    here are some photos\



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  10. 1 minute ago, Marc said:

    You don’t need 32 of them. You can probably get 3-4 pieces from each leg?

    What kind of timber is that?


    So once you cut them how did you attach to timber?

    1 hour ago, Marc said:

    This was the flexi rack I made using those Bunning legs (cut down into pieces.





    That is stunning!

  11. Building an equipment rack.. but I am having trouble finding metal legs that I could fill with sand.. at a reasonable price.

    I'm planning on making this a 4 story 2 tower cabinet. 


    Not sure what wood I am going to use just yet. Something I can stain to match the rest of the room?


    Anyone know where I could find metal table legs that I could fill with sand? Preferably black. 

    I have been looking at these for simplistic inspiration

    I will need 32 legs all up

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