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    Best SLO clone schematic?

    I'm going to have some free(ish) time coming up, and I'd like to to have a go at building a SLO. What's the best schematic to use out there?

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    You buying a parts kit or doing the layout and everything yourself?

    There's a couple point to point layouts out there if you buy a turret board and drill/make your own. If you buy a kit I believe it comes with the PCB and all the components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Already nagging James on FB.
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    Kit is definitely the way to go, as picking components is crazy confusing. You punch one of those component values into Mouser and you've got a hundred variations to pick from with no specification on the diagram as to which one is right or wrong.
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    Is your concern with the kits, that they are not 100% accurate? Ive seen some pretty comprehensive kits but I dont thing they have the improved loop the new ones have, so that may be something to look into.
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    Am on it, going to dump out what i have to chris later, which I all got from tony anyway lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Blankplank View Post
    He's too busy getting confused by Ikea furniture, and abandoning Queen and country, the treasonous
    i'm dne with ikea fr a while. Now it's wiring up amps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Kit is definitely the way to go, as picking components is crazy confusing. You punch one of those component values into Mouser and you've got a hundred variations to pick from with no specification on the diagram as to which one is right or wrong.
    Nah, not too bad, I've got a few BOMs from tony for different cap choices etc, otherwise it's just choosing the most anal tolerances and over speccing the resistors to get towards the milspec ethos.

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdave View Post
    Is your concern with the kits, that they are not 100% accurate? Ive seen some pretty comprehensive kits but I dont thing they have the improved loop the new ones have, so that may be something to look into.
    Half the fun is choosing the components, kit is easier as you get everything you want in one go though, but where's the fun in that?

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