treitz3 wrote:Martin, you were such a good sport at CF I will offer you mine. All 3 Xnsfrmrs,
That is a very gracious offer. You're a saint.
However, I think Alex is planning on sending them.
AlexSauter wrote:When it comes to the transformers,I will send you yours, and I will send Bill his ASAP.
There is also the matter of this:
It's going to be at their house tomorrow......
Just a few feet away from my transformers......
Wouldn't it be a little weird to NOT just:
Put parts in box.
Put label on box.
I mean, I'm kinda baffled about that.
Even you seem to believe that I simply forgot to get them at CF.
Bob F seems to think that.
Angelo too, I think.
Probably even Alex, James, and Dave, as well.
Wouldn't Bob C, too?
Is it really
all that difficult for someone to take a little
"OK, I believe it's the right thing to do and I'm sending these parts out."
If I hadn't forgotten them, they wouldn't be there to inventory.
They'd be in my amp right now.
So why, oh why, can't they just be removed from one box,
carried into the next room, and put in another and sent to their proper home?
Having said all of that...
If, for some reason,
(which I cannot possibly imagine)
it is not possible for Alex (or James, or Dave, if he's there, or one of the girls )
to send my transformers, I would be very happy to have yours in their place.
Thanks again for the kindness and support.
treitz3 wrote:1 capacitor and a strip. What I need to know is how many tabs you need on the the strip.
I have 25 capacitors on the way already.
Three are going to Rabbit
and the other extra 21 are for anyone else who is missing them in their kits.
(They are the brown 220uF 35v biasing caps shown in the op.)
There's a pic of the strip I need in the first post as well. Here's bigger one:
If you want to send it, cool. If not, I'm sure I can find one.
I'm feeling pretty lucky after the 12 cent capacitor score.
One final note:
I think I'm going to print a copy of this thread after this amp is built and attach it to the bottom.
People of the future should see how "effortless
" it was to get parts in the old days.