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Old 11th January 2005, 01:52 PM   #1
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I have been looking at Pedjas site and plan to build my briangt amp with a lm338t regulator. In looking at some of his simulations it seems like it would be possible to adjust the 338s to have a more uniform performance across the audio band by using a .01 bypass on the adj. Pin and 1000 uf filters on the output. The Zout of the regulator is higher but still looks better than a transformer. Is there any merit in this approach or should I stick with smaller filters and a bigger bypass
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Marty
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