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STK Amp, a necessity
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Old 23rd July 2004, 07:43 AM   #1
ElectroPower is offline ElectroPower  Portugal
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Default STK Amp, a necessity

Hi guys, this is a necessity!

That is a same necessity, a schematic of a power amp using STK chips(my prefered), without trimpots, or either, the amplifier have auto polarization. This is to give an party, well, 150/200 W is enough...with PA loudspeakers oh my god!

Thanks in advance, I hope that you help me send me a MP ou link, whatever
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