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chipamp to drive heavy fets?
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Old 14th December 2005, 03:24 AM   #1
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Post chipamp to drive heavy fets?

i have 8 isotop ste180n10 fets and a pile of ringcore transformers,
sixty 100v 4400f caps and fast isotop diodes screaming to be used
so there is an missing part and im wondering if i can fill it with a chipamp(s)since chipamps have features like protection and clip detection and being small, it has to be stereo so 4 of this fets per channel
it doesn't have to very hifi it only have drive my 8ohm basscabinets
any idee about dc offset possibilletees and such
any help would be much appreciated
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