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Saturday, 24 August 2013

Marshall Bluesbreaker Stripboard Veroboard Layout

There is no schematic for this because I did this one years and years ago and I can't find the schematic that had the right component numbers to it and usually it causes confusion when components don't match their numbers on the schematics.
This particular layout was made from tracing an original unit and some of the component values differ from schematics that are on the net and I assume that they either cloned theirs without removing the components and measuring them and just went by what the component was marked as - this is where people go wrong because some manufacturers mark their components wrong to hinder cloners.

anyway here is the layout

Mini Push Pull Amplifier Stripboard Veroboard Layout

This is a bit of an experimentalist amplifier - the transistors on the BoM won't give you that much amplification however if you put some power transistors in there like BDT63/BDT62 you will get a lot more amplification.

I made this for my iPods headphones and essentially what I did is make one board for each channel so I can stack them on top of each other and it is quite a compact nice little amp.

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Peizo Pickup Transducer Preamp Stripboard Veroboard Layout

this is actually from a request from a guy called Jim (sorry don't know your last name) who wanted a peizo preamp because they are so expensive. they are essentially just a high impedance preamp
and you could probably use this for other things like hiZ microphones and whatever.

there is a gain control on this and it uses an op-amp that is able to function as a single rail op-amp which cuts down the component count which is always useful when you need to hide this inside a guitar cavity or something.