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  1. Kannan

    SOLD ALLO Dual-Power PSU

    ALLO Dual Power PSU, 19 volts and 5 volts. Rs. 4,800 plus shipping to anywhere in India Still under warranty. Purchased in Oct. 2019. With original box packing. Used for less than a month as I had in the meantime built a LPS. Can be used to provide clean power to digione, digione signature...
  2. H

    Wanted DIY Nelson Pass F5 power supply kit

    Hi anybody have nelson pass F5 PSU kit please let me know I need two PSU jit for the same
  3. S

    Transformers : what are the most popular voltages and currents

    1. What are the most popular voltages/currents used in DIY amplifier builds? For eg 20 - 0 - 20, 5A. What other combinations are used? 2. Is it possible/feasible to build a single transformer with multiple taps for multiple voltages to be used as a psu for different amp builds? 3. Or is it...
  4. haisaikat

    Batteries vs Linear PSU for DAC

    I was going through various reviews online of JKDAC32 where someone commented that it sounded as if like his analog TT. Detailed specs of the JKDAC32 (now it is superceeded by a newer model) reveals that it draws its power entirely from a built in battery for cleaner power and a charger tickle...
  5. G

    A decent SFX power supply for my HTPC

    I bought a Zebronics Flair cabinet for my HTPC (no PSU was included). I've assembled all other components: Intel G630 Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H Corsair 4GB DDR3 1333 Sapphire ATI Radeon HD6570 An older HDD and DVD-RW drive from a previous build. Only thing missing is the power supply :p...
  6. haisaikat

    Good SMPS or Good UPS for DIY Home NAS

    Hi All, I am on lookout for long for DIY NAS build for selecting different components, now I am at the last stage and that is selecting the prower supply. Since I plan to create a windows based NAS hence I think it would be better to have a UPS based power backup for the NAS PC. So I looked up...
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