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Old 9th April 2009, 01:24 PM   #11
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Jack,
May you compare SAP15 and STD03 series from Sanken except the emitter resistor? Do you think their sound quality comparable?
And another question;
You mentioned "but the LM4702 topology isn't quite as "adaptable" as the single LME49811". What do you mean? As I read theyre very close components.. 49811 may described as single channel 4702 as I understand.. But what differences do you see between them?
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Old 10th April 2009, 02:00 PM   #13
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The LM4702 is dual -- the LME49811 seems to be an identical single version. I find it easier to deal with the single version for boards that I sell on the webstore as folks find them easier to deal with in the various permutation of heats sinks they have available. The dual kind of pins you in to a specific heat sink configuration -- especially if you're driving MOSFETs in which the lead length is critical.
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The LM4702 is dual -- the LME49811 seems to be an identical single version. I find it easier to deal with the single version for boards that I sell on the webstore as folks find them easier to deal with in the various permutation of heats sinks they have available. The dual kind of pins you in to a specific heat sink configuration -- especially if you're driving MOSFETs in which the lead length is critical.

Dear jackinnj,

Why not go with the LME49810? which have a higher slew rate? A very accurate and handy clip indication and baker clamp with good clip behavior without saturate your transistors. I've got wonderful results with this chip together with the STD03's

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Old 13th April 2009, 02:11 PM   #15
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It's a trade-off of simplicity and THD% vs stability and SR.

You'll have to ask the fellows from National Semi, but it was my impression that the LME49810 was designed a bit more for PA applications, the LME49811 a bit more for high end AV.
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Jack,

I looked at your web-store. Are you thinking about offering a complete kit for the LME49811? It seems like you are geared more toward the advance user?

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Old 4th May 2009, 12:10 PM   #17
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Jack,

I looked at your web-store. Are you thinking about offering a complete kit for the LME49811? It seems like you are geared more toward the advance user?

Thanks!
PansonHK has some boards he's going to be offering -- I haven't corresponded with him but they look to be of a nice modular design for use with all 3 of these skinny-pin chips. It would appear that you can use a variety of output devices as well.
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A friend of mine has just got a gainclone based on the LM4702, but I need more power, a dual-mono version using the lme49811 would be the perfect choice, right?

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Jack,

I looked at your web-store. Are you thinking about offering a complete kit for the LME49811? It seems like you are geared more toward the advance user?
I could be interested too
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Just got the September copy of Elektor, which features a 200W monoblock design using this chip. Specs look pretty good...
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They should have used 3 pairs of those TO-3P devices!!
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