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Old 8th April 2013, 08:37 PM   #8791
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My new baby has been to the weight-watchers, and measured just over 30 Kg
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But is it hefty enough for your Apogees ? (Caliper ?)
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But is it hefty enough for your Apogees ? (Caliper ?)
No 'Carver Amazing Platinum Edition' is what I am listening to.
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Sfernice RTO-20 (the 0R5/20W)

Board looks difficult to mount, with 8 power devices on one side, and 8 emitter resistors on the other side of the aluminum blocks.
(lange imbus-sleutel, zeker ? )
This is a no limits all out build, component cost for the amp at 1500 to 2000 Euro's (not exactly calculated).
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Super quality build... maybe you could give us a hint on the basic topologies used.....
O.k. here it is one 'Transresistance CFB BIGBT Amp, By FdW'
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Old 9th April 2013, 10:18 AM   #8796
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That is what i call a modulated current source. I like it because it is very stable with complex load.
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That is what i call a modulated current source. I like it because it is very stable with complex load.
The funny-thing/beauty of it is, there is no compensation (of any sort) in the signal path, there is only a BW-limit on the opamp.
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No 'Carver Amazing Platinum Edition' is what I am listening to.
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Old 9th April 2013, 09:25 PM   #8799
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Trade-Offs in Analog Circuit Design: The Designer's Companion - Chris Toumazou - Google Books
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