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Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 06, 2006, 08:54:27 AM
Over the past year or two I've kept nice spreadsheets of all the projects I've built. I often get emails asking for them, so I decided to post all my part list in one thread so lab members can have easy access to them. As I do more projects I'll just keep adding to this first post. Hopefully, this will be a good resource here.

API 312 (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_API312.pdf)
Desc: API 312 PCB made by Fabio.

API 312 PSU (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_FabioPSU.pdf)
Desc: API 312 PSU made by Fabio. I originally used this power supply for my API 312s, but I've since used it in many applications. Bipolar with +48V and an additonal rail for relays.

Forssell Opto Compressor (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_ForssellOpto_Incomplete.pdf)
Desc: Forssell Opto Compressor PCBs made by Tommytones. There are many options for the front and back end of this compressor. My parts list includes parts for the discrete input and discrete output options, which is how I'm building mine. The metering part of my list is incomplete. Will update when completed. Also, the highlighted blue sections are notes to myself... disregard them.

G1176 (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_G1176.pdf)
Desc: Very popular 1176 project designed by Gyraf. This is a parts list for Gyraf's version on the board, not the mnats version.

GSSL with Panasonic FC Lytics (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_GSSLwFC.pdf)
GSSL with Nichicon PW Lytics (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_GSSLwPW.pdf)
Desc: Very popular SSL buss compressor project designed by Jakob. I have two versions listed above. The first uses Panasonic FC electrolytics, for a very hi-fi type sound (extended top and bottom with mid scoop). The second uses Nichicon PW for smoother sound with lush mids (my personal favorite).

GSSL Sidechain High Pass Filter (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_GSSLSidechainHPF.pdf)
Desc: Parts for the GSSL sidechain HPF add-on. This circuit was designed by Steffen, and I created the PCB.

Melcor 1731 (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_Melcor1731.pdf)
Desc: The name says it all. Parts for the Melcor 1731 discrete opamp. This guy is fantastic IMO. Also, 1/4W resistors can be used... just replace 270-value with 273-value.

Neve 1272 JLM Hotrod with BA283AV (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_1272wBA283AV.pdf)
Desc: Neve 1272 using the JLM Audio Hotrod. Also includes parts for the BA283AV and the parts needed to use Fabio's PSU for a Neve 1272.

Neve BA283AM - Output Stage Only (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_NeveBA283AM.pdf)
Desc: Parts for the Neve BA283AM boards created by Fabio. Just for clarity, this is the output stage, or 2nd gain stage, in the BA283AV. I've built this output stage and it sounds fantastic. A pair of these could be used as makeup gain in a passive summer or a general line amp for balancing.

G7 Parts List (http://members.cox.net/capstanrecording/G7/G7_Parts_List.pdf)
Desc: Parts for G7 tube mic build. There are many options for capsule, tube, and caps, so please don't use this as the "end all be all" parts list. But this should give you a nice starting point.

A few final words: Use this at your own risk. Non-commercial use only. I try to be very complete, but don't lynch me if something is missing. Have fun and long live DIY !!!
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: tony dB on March 06, 2006, 08:57:20 AM
SUPERSERVICE Greg, thanks a lot!
 :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: tony dB on March 06, 2006, 08:58:52 AM
will be filed in meta I assume?
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: matta on March 06, 2006, 09:00:16 AM
LYNCH HIM, LYNCH HIM!!!!

Hah hah, just kidding  :green:

Greg, thanks for offering these all up, I think it needs to be METArizerd for future use. I'd be happy to mirror them on my server space if you think it will help. Drop me a PM if you are keen.

Cheers

Matt
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 06, 2006, 09:04:22 AM
matta, what would the mirroring do? Help out if there's alot of traffic? Or something else? I'm a bit dense in parts of the computer world, and severs is one of them.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: matta on March 06, 2006, 09:09:25 AM
Hey Greg,

In this case I doubt it will be a traffic issue, unless the whole of the Western Untited States decide to start DIY, on the same day, at the same time... which would be awesome... but I am sceptical of this happening   :green:

It really would just be a back up, so if you site if down for whatever reason (which is conceivable) then there is a mirror on my site.

We did this with the Green Pre files in my META.

Cheers

Matt
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: synthi on March 06, 2006, 09:23:59 AM
Great Work :)

Thanks Greg!

Synthi
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Bauman on March 06, 2006, 09:47:11 AM
COOL GREG!

 :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:
Fabio
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Cainester on March 06, 2006, 10:12:22 AM
Thats very cool. :cool:
Thanks
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: gang of elk on March 06, 2006, 01:14:22 PM
wow greg.  so generous!!  these will be very useful to alot of people.  

 :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: gyraf on March 06, 2006, 01:21:10 PM
Good Work, Greg!!

 :thumb:  

Jakob E.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: JasonWWW on March 06, 2006, 02:18:23 PM
Good man!  :grin:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: ciminosound on March 06, 2006, 02:28:41 PM
Thanks much!  :green:  :sam:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: dissonantstring on March 06, 2006, 02:30:08 PM
greg!!
you are the best man!  i love the way you organize your BOMs.
thanks for all your hard work and contributions, you make life too easy for us lazy people.:guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness:  :guinness: :guinness::thumb:
-grant
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: kruz on March 06, 2006, 02:56:28 PM
way to go Greg!
Thank you very much!! :thumb:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: MrZpliff on March 06, 2006, 04:28:48 PM
Thank's alot, Greg !  :thumb:  :guinness:
A couple of Melcor's my next build.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 06, 2006, 04:35:58 PM
I love the Melcor. It's inexpensive to build, too !!!  :thumb:

I think I built 4 for $16-$18. :green:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 06, 2006, 04:38:23 PM
Crap I just checked my Melcor parts list and I noticed that I have 1/8W resistors specified... I actually used 1/4W and will change my parts list.
Title: you are the almighty asskicker
Post by: kato on March 06, 2006, 06:13:23 PM
You made sourcing parts for my 1176 a breeze. Now you're doing the same for the melcors i'm building. Thanks!
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: emalsa on March 07, 2006, 01:31:54 AM
This is very helpfull, expecially for me, I'm starting now my first DIY Gssl.

Thank you very much...
Bob
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: cjs2k on March 07, 2006, 01:40:06 AM
:shock:  Wow... That helps alot!  Thanks!  :thumb:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: MrZpliff on March 07, 2006, 08:16:45 AM
Quote from: "Greg"
I love the Melcor. It's inexpensive to build, too !!!  :thumb:

I think I built 4 for $16-$18. :green:


Did you use this schematic for your Melcors ?
http://www.thediypill.phx.com.br/forumfiles/1731_SCH.PDF
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 08:46:04 AM
Yes I think so. I also remember having another schematic, too, but I don't know where it came from. Here's the accompanying BOM from Fabio:

http://www.thediypill.phx.com.br/forumfiles/M1731_partlist.pdf

If you don't mind, give a check to see if I'm missing anything. I don't think anyone has ever checked it over for me.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Jonkan on March 07, 2006, 09:00:47 AM
the pcbs for peter c version, and fabio are the same. But on fabios schematic theres two resistors that combined is 43k9 where on peters version theres two 39k2 resistors.

If anyone knows what works better 2x39k2, or 39k2 and 43k9, please tell me!

On fabios schematic c1 is 680pf, its supposed to be 1000pf.

thats all i think.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 09:23:42 AM
Thanks Jonkan, you are correct. My parts list includes the 43K9 and 1000p feedback cap. All this Melcor talk is making me want to stuff some more !!! I think I've got 5-10 boards lying around.
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Purusha on March 07, 2006, 12:45:51 PM
Quote from: "Greg"


GSSL with Panasonic FC Lytics (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_GSSLwFC.pdf)
GSSL with Nichicon PW Lytics (http://members.cox.net/ram3n/Greg_GSSLwPW.pdf)
Desc: Very popular SSL buss compressor project designed by Jakob. I have two versions listed above. The first uses Panasonic FC electrolytics, for a very hi-fi type sound (extended top and bottom with mid scoop). The second uses Nichicon PW for smoother sound with lush mids (my personal favorite).


Hi Greg,

so you are refering to these two caps only (100u and 22u 25V)?

I think I got the Jamicon caps. I have to check. Has anyone tried the Jamicon caps, yet?

Well, I can try some other caps later on. First I have to finish all my GSSLs and make them work  :grin:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 12:55:25 PM
Yes, the 100u25 and some of the 22u25 are in the audio path, so they'll definitely influece the overall frequency response of the unit. Some of the 22u25 are in the power supply as well, but I just ordered the same either way to make it simple. The NHG series caps are in the power supply only. I often use the NHG as my "all-purpose" type cap for PSUs.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Purusha on March 07, 2006, 01:10:25 PM
Would it be too much if I ask you to circle the positions of those caps which are most important fot the sound on the PCB picture? I am still not an expert DIYer and familiar with the whole SSL project to be 100% sure where the audio path on the PCB layout goes  :oops:

... sorry, but I am from SLOWenia   :green:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: moogah on March 07, 2006, 01:38:10 PM
Hey, this is some good stuff here!  For the posterity I've got this all saved on my local archive as well.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: clintrubber on March 07, 2006, 02:09:43 PM
Quote from: "MrZpliff"
Did you use this schematic for your Melcors ?
http://www.thediypill.phx.com.br/forumfiles/1731_SCH.PDF


As has become quite certain, D2 needs to be a double diode, as discussed in the 1731-thread. I thought the pic on page 1 of that multiple-pages-thread had this update.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Jonkan on March 07, 2006, 03:00:26 PM
Quote
D2 needs to be a double diode


I can double confirm this with my ears.

Much better!  :green:

Id still like to know about r3,r4 though.

Maybe that doesnt matter much?

/j
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: clintrubber on March 07, 2006, 03:13:05 PM
Let's please not spoil Gregs nice listing of BOMs with re-re-threads of the 1731, so let's jump to:

http://www.groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=89&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=1731&start=0
or to one of the other already existing 1731/Melcor-threads.

I know, it's 11 pages, but imho better one 1731-thread with 60 pages than ten threads with ten pages each, since 10*10 > 60 !  :wink:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: dissonantstring on March 07, 2006, 03:15:27 PM
hi peter and jonkan,
sorry for the stupid question, but for the D2 on the 1731 the double diodes (1N4148) should be in series?   like so?  ---->|------>|----
thanks,
grant
oops!  just saw peter's last post. :oops:  will post in the other thread.
edit: "ladies and gents...here is your answer....!"
http://www.groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=89&start=150
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: quadwould on March 07, 2006, 03:16:58 PM
Great Work Greg!!!

i just love the organised clear format of your BOMs

 :thumb:  :guinness:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: CJ on March 07, 2006, 03:56:51 PM
yeah, thats a killer post.

hey, since i am such a lazy assss and too stupid to
do a search, do the API 312's use the same board
as the Melcors?
you know, the little 1 inch squre things.
thanks!
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: BR on March 07, 2006, 04:09:10 PM
AWESOME Greg...
thanks.

Hey CJ,
Fabios 312 has space for any opamp you want  to through in there.
The 1731 boards he has fit in perfectly..

BTW..
Greg..
I think you have to change the part number for some parts on the 1731 list (at least).  Some of the resistor values need to have "-RC" added to the end.
These are the ones I found from the 1731 list.
270-91-RC
270-120-RC
270-5.6K-RC
270-43.2K-RC
270-130K-RC

Also this cap 80-C320C100J1G has a minimum 1000 units limit on it.
Just thought I should let you know.  I still haven't searched for a replacement for this cap, but I know it won't be too hard.

I'm assuming you went with 1/8w for fisical size of resistor, right??
Basically every 1/4w resistor from mouser need to have the -rc attached to the end now.

thanks again
Gil
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 04:13:21 PM
hey BR, I don't know what the deal with the RC is... but in time I suspect all the resistors will need the RC after them. In the words of CJ, I'm too much of a lazy ass to go back and change them, but I'm sure people will get the idea. I'll double check on what caps I used. Whatever you get, I'd recommend C0G type.

And regarding the 1/8W, I ordered 1/4W istead, so I can't comment on the 1/8W. But yes, they will be smaller.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: CJ on March 07, 2006, 04:13:39 PM
Fabio's 312 boards, the little guys for stuffing compact  opamps, will it work for Melcor also?
or different circuit?
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 04:15:52 PM
I used Melcor in one !!!  :thumb:  :thumb:  :thumb:

I wish I could get more Profile iron.  :cry:  :roll:

http://members.cox.net/capstanrecording/API/312_Top1.JPG
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: CJ on March 07, 2006, 04:19:34 PM
i got the 2503 kits if thats what you mean.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: dissonantstring on March 07, 2006, 04:21:57 PM
cj,
you still got them 2503 kits?  pm'n you!
-grant
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 04:22:37 PM
Quote from: "CJ"
i got the 2503 kits if thats what you mean.


 :shock:  :shock:  :shock:
You mean you got all the shiat so I can wind my own tranny !?!
Core? Lams? Wire? etc

Where do I sign !!!
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: quadwould on March 07, 2006, 05:08:01 PM
I think...  and this might be logical or a long shot.......

RC after the resistors..  means "RoHS Compliant"

it seemed to make sense to me, as these are RoHS compliant now....
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: BR on March 07, 2006, 06:24:21 PM
Hey Greg,
will this work for the 10pF cap??
mouser - 81-RPE5C1H100J2P1Z03 or 81-RPE5CA100J2P1Z03B

thanks
Gil
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 07, 2006, 08:04:18 PM
Yes that will work. I just checked my saved 1731 list for Mouser and I ordered the 10pF cap in my spreadsheet in a quantity of 10. I guess that was min at the time. Sucks that they changed it.

Also, in the future, how about we all try to keep topics about certain projects in that thread. Just for a better archive.

General questions, comments, or errors found in the spreadsheets are fine for this thread. I'm going to update the Melcor spreadsheet since it has some problems and update the revision in a day or two. I guess that means I'll be forced to order and make some more of these guys.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: synthetic on March 08, 2006, 03:34:18 AM
I think I was one of the lame-os who emailed you for a parts list, but I was looking for the Excel version instead of a PDF. The nice thing about Excel is that you can paste or import it right into a BOM order for Mouser or Digikey. I figured out how to copy text rows out of a PDF with Acrobat Professional, but some other guys might appreciate the Excel versions.

Thanks for these.  :guinness:  :guinness:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: laitue5 on March 08, 2006, 04:31:36 AM
You can use the « select tool » in Acrobat (mine is the free Reader 7.0) next to the hand. But I guess there are better solutions in Acrobat Pro. You should be able to export to a file wich can be opened in Microsoft Excel (HTML, CSV, may more).
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 08, 2006, 08:03:44 AM
synthetic, I forgot to e-mail you back  :oops: ... sorry about that. Do you want a specific spreadsheet in Excel, or just an empty tempate?
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: mnats on March 08, 2006, 02:21:12 PM
Excellent work, Greg! Where do you find the time to do all this?

On the 1176 parts list, I can't see any reason why it wouldn't work for my boards, since they can be loaded with exactly the same parts as the Gyraf board they are derived from.
Title: Yowza
Post by: cletus monroe on March 08, 2006, 03:37:22 PM
Thanks Greg!
I've been sick and haven't been able to get to the computer for the last
few days.  What a nice suprise to come back to.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 12, 2006, 02:13:29 PM
Since this is my parts thread, just thought I'd throw something out there that I recently found out. On my parts list, I have the fused IEC from Digikey, and I think it sells for around $2.42 or so. I recently found out that Parts Express (where I order my chassis connectors and toroids), has them for $1.56 of quantity 4 or more.

Now I usually order the IECs in groups of 10 at a time, so it's almost a 10 buck savings. And 10 IEC connectors lasts me about a year, or a little less, at my current rate of DIY.

The part number is 090-443 in case anyone is interested.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on March 12, 2006, 02:20:43 PM
After taking a closer look at them, I realized that they aren't exactly the same part. These particular IECs don't have mounting holes; in fact, they just mount into the cutout with the tabs at the top and bottom. So maybe these aren't as good. Oh well, I'll be trying them out probably some time next week.

Hopefully they'll work out... I have 10 of them !
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on May 15, 2006, 09:49:50 AM
Just thought I'd mention that Mouser now stocks the Gyraf type PKES knobs. For some time, the only source was Newark. They're actually cheaper at Mouser, so just search the manufacturer part number in my spreadsheet and they'll come up.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: kato on May 15, 2006, 02:31:05 PM
Quote from: "Greg"
After taking a closer look at them, I realized that they aren't exactly the same part. These particular IECs don't have mounting holes; in fact, they just mount into the cutout with the tabs at the top and bottom. So maybe these aren't as good. Oh well, I'll be trying them out probably some time next week.

Hopefully they'll work out... I have 10 of them !


The same Qualtek IEC inlet with mounting holes is a lot cheaper at Mouser. It's like $1.74 as opposed to $2.42.
Mouser Part #: 562-719W-00/02
http://www.mouser.com/index.cfm?handler=displayproduct&lstdispproductid=372315

(Although today they appear to be $1.87 - I'm certain I just ordered them last week for $1.74.)

Also, in your first post:
Quote
This is a parts list for Gyraf's version on the board, not the mnats version.


You can safely change that to "parts list for both Gyraf and Mnats versions" because the components for both are identical - assuming one uses the more-available-in-america transistor BD137 - which you do.

(I built my mnats from your G1176 parts list.)
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on May 15, 2006, 03:06:44 PM
To extend this a little further...

I often search both Mouser and Digikey by manufacturer part number and buy whichever is cheaper. Cost of parts fluctuates a considerable amount in my opinion, so if you want to see a few more bucks, spend the extra time to see who is selling cheaper at the time.  :thumb:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: jtoole on May 15, 2006, 05:10:27 PM
<stupid question>  :green:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on May 15, 2006, 06:47:58 PM
hi Josh, read kato's posts three up from this one !!!  :thumb:
Title: differences between Gyraf and Mnats
Post by: kato on May 28, 2006, 10:29:02 AM
Hey Josh, here's another thing I just remembered:

Mnats board has a trim pot that's not on Greg's BOM. Sorry I forgot to mention this earlier. (You'll discover when you start stuffing your board.)

There's a 100K trim pot (Part R54) you'll also need to source.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: jtoole on May 28, 2006, 04:35:15 PM
Thanks.  I've got a few other projects started first, but 1176 is coming soon...
Title: Re: differences between Gyraf and Mnats
Post by: mnats on June 17, 2006, 09:49:32 PM
Quote
Mnats board has a trim pot that's not on Greg's BOM.

It's on the BOM alright - it's just that, for some reason, the Gyraf PDF shows a value of 500k while his BOM shows a value of 470k. The original value is 100k on the schematic so that's what I specified.

As I've mentioned a few times before my boards are based on Jakob's original design and so there are far more similarities than differences. In the end it shouldn't make too much difference but the higher value trim pots might make adjustment a little bit more delicate...
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: druedger on June 24, 2006, 02:08:42 AM
Greg,

Nice job on the parts lists.  I did find one discrepancy in the BOM for the GSSL that is handled by minimum purchase requirements, but I thought I would point it out in case others are sourcing their parts from other places.  The Gyraf PCB requires 10 of the 100p ceramic caps, not 9 as listed in your descriptionfor quantity needed.

Also, Jameco http://www.jameco.com sells an Alpha 2 pole, 6 position switch with solder tabs for $1.35 a piece (part number 101573) that works well for the HPF Sidechain circuit.   I like the Alpha with solder tabs a little better than the Lorlin with solder tabs, and they're cheaper!  The only problem with the Alphas is that you cannot change the number of switch positions like you can with the Lorlins.  But in this case it requires 6 positions for the sidechain switch, so it works fine.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on January 15, 2007, 09:27:37 AM
G7 parts lists added...
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: RedNoise on September 15, 2008, 02:50:57 PM
you're da man Greg!!!Thanks!!
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Mbira on September 16, 2008, 02:35:43 AM
I'm slow to read these posts Greg, but let me just say here on page 5...thanks, man!
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Greg on September 16, 2008, 08:37:53 AM
No problem.  :guinness:

This is an old post from 2006. I've continued to make the same style spreadsheets since then for the projects I've been working.

I will try and update the main post with some more goodies later this week.
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: RedNoise on September 16, 2008, 08:40:01 AM
Nice Greg...I'm looking to the Digik part number for the Ed*c connector...I'll see in your next boms...
 :green:
 :sam:  :thumb:  :guinness:  :thumb:  :sam:
Title: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: mitsos on September 16, 2008, 09:29:35 AM
Yeah, your lists have helped me a lot too.  I just sent the GSSL one to TAW and got all the parts I could fom Laura cuz she's gotten me some lower pricing on most things, then I got the rest from Mouser/Digikey.  Thanks Greg!
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Sun King on December 06, 2013, 07:52:24 AM
Absolutely gutted! Like so many of the links that would be infinitely helpful towards my Fabio 312 pre amp project, these are all dead.  The domain (website) has obviously expired.  Does anybody (Greg?) has these docs available to re-share?  Is there a cached version of the site?
Matta, you mentioned .....
Quote
It really would just be a back up, so if you site if down for whatever reason (which is conceivable) then there is a mirror on my site.

We did this with the Green Pre files in my META.

Cheers

Matt

Did you back up the files per chance?

If there is some kind of archive for all of the dead links on groupdiy, i would love it if someo9ne could point me in the right direction.  I've hit so many dead ends, just as I think I've found the EXACT information I'm looking for!

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 ;)
SK
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Sun King on December 06, 2013, 04:22:11 PM
Hey, if this is any help to anyone.

If you go to http://www.cachedpages.com/ (http://www.cachedpages.com/) and then paste in the url of one of the 'dead' links above, and then click on search archive.org, you may just find some snapshots of Greg's site's cache. 

Certainly worked for me.

May I now take the oppurtunity to say THANKS GREG!  ;)
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Biasrocks on December 06, 2013, 05:24:40 PM
I have the docs for Fabio's 312 project. Drop me a PM with your email and I can send them to you.

Regards,
Mark

Absolutely gutted! Like so many of the links that would be infinitely helpful towards my Fabio 312 pre amp project, these are all dead.  The domain (website) has obviously expired.  Does anybody (Greg?) has these docs available to re-share? 
Matt

Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Sun King on December 07, 2013, 09:46:31 AM
Hi Mark,

I have tried to send you a pm, but it says your inbox is full!

I have saved the message and ready to send when it lets me!

Regards

SK
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Biasrocks on December 07, 2013, 01:05:36 PM
Cleaned up my inbox, have another go.

Mark
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: Sun King on December 07, 2013, 01:19:18 PM
Okay Mark, done! Thanks so much for your help! :)
Title: Re: Greg's Parts Lists - ALL
Post by: bernatvm on March 22, 2019, 07:01:16 AM
Can anyone send me both links of the gssl? They seem dead... Thanks!