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|Solid State Audio Amp Kit Model AA-2 SS ©
This kit was designed to be used with your favorite regenerative receiver, crystal set, home
brew radio, or any application where speaker volume is more appealing than headphones.
Other applications might include your tape recorder, Walkman, Sony, record players, guitar
practice amplifier and so on.
Includes oak chassis, front panel, printed circuit board, phono jacks for input and external
speaker. Built-in speaker with front facing grille, on-off switch, and 9 volt battery connector.
(Can be used with an external 9 or 12 volt supply). TDA 7052 Integrated Circuit. Max power 1.2W
@ 10% THD. Output 8 ohms. Voltage 3 to 18 VDC. Input impedance 100K. Frequency response
100 Hz to 20 KHz. 11 page manual includes step-by step instructions and illustrations. GREAT
|"LOOK MA- NO HIGH VOLTAGE" 40 METER "PRACTICE OSCILLATOR" KIT.
|Our little 12K5 tube crystal controlled oscillator was
designed for 40 meter code CW operation. It was first
published in CQ magazine in 2006. The output is less than
1/8 watt. It can be used to send cw code to a close by
receiver. Or code practice oscillator. Or marker signal.
You get a complete instruction manual with assembly,
wiring, testing, soldering and construction tips. Kit includes
NOS tested vintage 12volt 12K5 tube. Supplied with kit is
40 meter crystal, mini tuning capacitor, tube socket, clips,
and a coil form with winding instructions, and a spare coil
form for experimentation. You supply a 12 VDC at 1 amp
min power supply, key and dummy load.
Lots of assembling and testing practice. And it won't break
|"Remember When" Vintage
CW (Code) 40/80 meter
transmitter kit - vacuum tube
|PS-1 Companion Vintage Style
power supply Kit for 6V6
Remember When transmitter
|Alham VT-1 Power Supply
Vintage look with vacuum tube
rectifier. Matches "Remember
|"Alham" PS2-MC 200 Volt
Power Supply for Our 6V6
Transmitter kits or similar
|6V6 MC 40/80 (code) transmitter
kit for amateur radio code
|$38.00 + $8.00 S&H
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|Dec 07 2019
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DECEMBER 7 1941