The first post about the creation of these 801A / 211 single ended mono block amplifiers showed how the layout was done. Part 2 will cover the assembly of the power supply chassis.
Everything starts with the top metal plate, here with connectors, sockets and switch mounted:
The bottom side:
While the filament transformer for the driver tube will be mounted on top of the plate, the other transformers are too high to fit under the cover. They need to be mounted slightly lower. Here a foto with the power transformers mounted:
View from below, which shows how the two larger transformers are mounted on rails:
Some foots showing details how the transformers are mounted below the plate:
Wiring of the transformers:
Adding the filament supply section:
Almost finished PSU with capacitors and chokes added for output and driver section high voltage supplies. The green resistors are only temporarily added for testing, and will later be replaced by aluminium cased resistors.
Testing the power supply:
One of the power supplies finished with final bleeder resistors. Ready for the transformer covers to be added and to be encased into the wooden frame.
The assembly of the amplifier chassis will be shown next. Stay tuned!