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Old 13th August 2006, 11:35 AM   #1
ash_dac is offline ash_dac  United Kingdom
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Question Quasi complementary headphone buffer

Hi,

This quasi design works in LTSpice but I'm not entirely sure it will work with real components!

R2 is a problem (I'm not exactly sure what value it should be)

Output transistors probably need to be BDxxx types!
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