LA2A PCB ver 2.0 build thread

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dripelectronics

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i mean drip opto ver 2.0


heres the instruction maual :

http://www.lomayesva.com/drip_opto_manual.pdf

g.
 

guavatone

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Great work once again greg! I just glanced at the pdf and it looks to be very eduacational. Funny, I was just on the way to the studio to install that damn neon bulb in my fist LA2
 

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Drip, to call you awesome would be an understatement!

How are those T4Bs coming along?
 

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I gave your doc a good skimming... nice work. I'll get it printed up and read it in detail this weekend.
 

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I´m more than impressed by your work!
I´ve never seen such a detailed and well explained description for a DIY project. You´re just spoonfeeding us!
I´m definately interested in buying a board and a T4B as soon as they are available.
Cheers, Emre
 

dripelectronics

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oh great , thanks for the props.

theres alot of ver 2.0 boards that people are building right now ,

so some reviews and build stories should be in soon.

ive kept it off radar for the most part .

it just performs great , and am really proud of this one,
the hardest part was to be able to crank it to 11
and just hear beautifule white noise.

the board is twice the price of ver 1 , but i need to
do this inorder to finance the v72 thats coming out next month or so.

and the fairchild 660 project .

i put the 666 project down for a little :(.


in tho coming months i should have a 1oz version / thinner board.
that will be cheaper , but i still have to get that back from prototyping
to see if there is enough dielectric between the heaters and the
signal layer , some times cheaper isnt better.

ill also be working on the upgrade of the ver 1.0 to the 1.5 ver board for the price conscious , price will remain the same give or take 3 bucks.

some things with the t4 project fell through , so im looking to another manufacturer to make the correct speed cells.

and i havent been able to afford the panels in a heavy quantity.

im making a few for drip builders in fast and slow speeds,
but that same problem that you only get a hand full of correct speed
cells for every hundred.

i was hoping to make kits for sale , but at this point ill only have fully
assembled , of course built to the highest standard.

but i do have to charge for my time .

thanks all ,

g,
 

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the board is twice the price of ver 1 , but i need to
do this inorder to finance the v72 thats coming out next month or so.

and the fairchild 660 project .

i put the 666 project down for a little :(.

Let me just say:

You kick a$$ Drip!!

I built a 1st gen Opto and I can't wait for the latter!! If it'll help keep the ball rolling- I might just have to jump in!

-Josh
 

JdJ

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[quote author="JdJ"]
the board is twice the price of ver 1 , but i need to
do this inorder to finance the v72 thats coming out next month or so.

and the fairchild 660 project .

i put the 666 project down for a little :(.

Let me just say:

You kick a$$ Drip!!

I built a 1st gen Opto and I can't wait for the latter!! If it'll help keep the ball rolling- I might just have to jump in!

And- how much for said T4b??

-Josh[/quote]
 

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