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Calpe
Calpe 3 hours ago
C12 is listed: - C12 = 10μF 20% 63V, 6.3mm diam., 2.5mm pitch Using Farnell UK web site you find several, take your choice on price etc. On their web site you can filter based on the above spec. but one of these would do the job: - Order no. 1165532, 1870986, 1871027
Preamplifier 2012 (1) - introduction and line-in/tone/volume board (110650)
Martin Nilsson
Martin Nilsson 1 day ago
Well spotted! Have you been able to licate the accurate farnell number?
Preamplifier 2012 (1) - introduction and line-in/tone/volume board (110650)
jeanpierre
jeanpierre 1 day ago
J'ai réaliser une horloge astronomique, dont elector à refuser la publication, dommage car avec 2 écrans graphiques les fichiers sur carte SD, 3 aniverssaires possibles par jour, mon petit bijoux fait un tabac chez mes amis je n'arrête pas d'en construire. Bon voyage dans les étoileshttp://www.dailymotion.com/video/x38n591_astro-ii-astronomical-clock_tech  
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Calpe
Calpe 2 days ago
It would be appreciated if Elektor could reply on this post (and any other reader). In the final stages of having mounted all components and sockets i now need to look for a way to mount the PCB's allowing of course for the Controls, switches and input/output sockets, Mains socket. As we know the PCB's needed to be mounted are: - 1. Line / tone / volume / output PCB 2. Input PCB 3. Front Panel PCB Clearly a template must exist to be able to mark out the hole to be drilled etc. Help would be appreciated on how to interconnect the pcb's and what type of cabling/connections should be used. Has any type of case ever been recommended?
Preamplifier 2012 (1) - introduction and line-in/tone/volume board (110650)
Phil Rydin-Orwin
Phil Rydin-Orwin 2 days ago
I have a CNC X3 and am going to convert to a 3D printer, many thanks for all this, time is of the essence! - Have you posted the board on the CNC anywhere? ! Thanks again. 
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