tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4393219521080697284.post4910849111614215581..comments2017-12-24T02:12:41.452+07:00Comments on D.I.Y Power: Dynahi amplifierLil Knighthttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07595826190028213422noreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4393219521080697284.post-91254565900726965542014-05-20T19:31:42.977+07:002014-05-20T19:31:42.977+07:00I have a few questions if you permit :
1- What co...I have a few questions if you permit : <br />1- What components to change for a balanced gain of around 10 (onboard version) ?<br />2- Is it better to use 500mW resistor (if they fit) ?<br />3- For S22 PSUs, can you recommand a DEL ? I absolutely don't know how to chose one !<br /><br />ThanksAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4393219521080697284.post-15089997757589998402013-08-22T00:21:33.493+07:002013-08-22T00:21:33.493+07:00Thanks for the very quick response, Lil' Knigh...Thanks for the very quick response, Lil' Knight.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4393219521080697284.post-52839402856208395892013-08-22T00:01:47.612+07:002013-08-22T00:01:47.612+07:00Yes, that's correct. I forgot that the quantit...Yes, that's correct. I forgot that the quantity is for 2 amps, so just use half of it for a single build.<br /><br />1/8w and 1% resistors is fine. The board could take up to 1/2w resistors.<br /><br />A dual S22 configured for 30v is recommended. Dual 30v+30v/80va transformers would be perfect too. Lil Knighthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07595826190028213422noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4393219521080697284.post-76876797744117183632013-08-21T23:56:11.060+07:002013-08-21T23:56:11.060+07:00Am I correct in assuming that in the BOM, column E...Am I correct in assuming that in the BOM, column E is the values of the required resistors, and column F is the number required?<br /><br />Also, what sort of power handling and tolerances does the Dynahi require?<br /><br />Lastly, is there a maximum resistor size? (e.g., don't go above 1/4W or use Vishay RN series, otherwise the resistors won't fit?) <br /><br />Many thanks in advance for your help.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com