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Who wants a power amp kit for free? **Out of LM3886 kits**

Started by joecool85, May 23, 2006, 10:45:46 AM

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joecool85

Brian shipped out a bunch of amp kits to me for me to distribute to you guys.  All I need is money for shipping.  I'm not totally sure what will be in the box, but he said that there is stuff for around 10 amps.  Anyway, there should be LM3886 and LM1875 kits.  Whoever wants one, post here and reserve one before someone else does!  I know RDV was interested in a LM3886 and a LM1875 last I knew...
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javacody

I'd like an LM3886 kit. How much do you think shipping will be? Paypal ok?

joecool85

Paypal will be excellent.  I can't imagine shipping would be more than like...$8 or something.
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SECONDandBOWERY

Could I get a LM3886 kit?  I don't have a paypal account set up, so is there any other way I could pay you for shipping?

Rock'n'Roll,
--Andy

joecool85

I'm not sure how many of each kit he sold me, but if there are enough, you can have one as well.  A check would be fine, but I would wait till I get it in the bank before I ship the boards.
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RDV

You know me, just email me the paypal bill once you know what it will be. I'm most interested in the LM1875, but I've got 2 toroids just ready to power something. The 20 + 20 200VA would work for the LM1875 one for sure. If that's not enough, I've got the 400VA one too.

RDV

SECONDandBOWERY

I take back what I said before - my dad will let me pay for this via his paypal.

Rock'n'Roll,
--Andy

DreamSeller

Am I able to get a LM3886 Kit and pay via direct deposit into a bank account? Dont have a credit card.

Thanks

-Dream
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joecool85

Do you have paypal?  If not you can always send me a check or money order if you have to.
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DreamSeller

Ok cool, I will go with money order if thats alright with you.

Could you please PM me with shipping costs and details of where to send.

Thankyou for your generosity with this

-Dream
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joecool85

Thank Brian, he is the one setting us up with freebie kits :-)
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DreamSeller

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joecool85

#12
I have a 25.2volt 2 amp (approx 50VA) CT transformer (12.6+12.6) that would be good for a LM1875.  With that voltage it would yield 15watts, plenty for a practice amp.  It's a new in package transformer I grabbed from radio shack.  I don't need it now but I got a good deal on it.  I'm willing to let it go for $10 plus s/h.

**edit**
It'd be a little bit of a stretch, but it would power a LM3886 to 40watts.
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RDV

My 36vct 56VA only made 30 watts with an LM3886. It was loud though.

RDV

joecool85

Really?  Hmm.  I got that figure from the datasheet not from actually testing.
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