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Old 5th August 2005, 11:07 PM   #1
amirmk is offline amirmk  Israel
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Default Driver stage for power follower

I've been looking at Andrea Ciufolli's Power Follower, the Class A SE one, and decided I would build it. The thing is, it's a power follower, only the output stage, and i need a driver stage. It requires 15V of swing to 300Ohms, can you please give me some advice about how should i proceed?

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