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Watched the video. Didn't read anything. Good job!
DIY Bench Power Supply (Dual-Channel)
Anyone wondering what that .Lay file is, it's a PCB fabrication file. I downloaded a free reader by Abacom for their Sprint-Layout software so I could view it. Found here: http://www.abacom-online.de/uk/html/sprint-layout.html all the way at the bottom. You can print from it so making the PCB shouldn't be a problem. I'm not sure if there are other PCB Design software packages that read .lay files...
Can you include some specs? Since you are using a specific switching mode power supply, the max current handling should be published. But if your power supply sources current through the buck converters, maybe it is limited? I like your project though. Good job.
Would be interested in seeing that build.
I don't think I've ever instantly wanted to build an instructable like I have yours! This looks like a wicked fun project. I currently listen to music in my garage via an old boombox with a cassette to stereo jack adapter. It's ghetto. This would be a sweet replacement. I'd want it to be plugged in all the time though since I don't think it would move around much.I think the aesthetics of it are darn good too. Very clean. That being said, I'm not a fan of the cover and how it sits on top of the outter most plywood. I think it would look better if it was inset. Is there a reason (aside from maybe asthetics) that you didn't use MDF? Also wondering what Andrian S asked.... what's your battery life like?
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