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Old 22nd August 2012, 01:46 AM   #111
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Hi Guys

Ian, that circuit is pretty common in hifi and is referred to as "low-z Drive" in DSN-1.

As far as the 100W amp project goes, if the 300-0300V PT is used in the lethargic half-bridge mode, B+ will only be 430V. Power into a 5k-aa OT is limited to about 36Wrms. Why 5k? Is it because Hammond lists such a unit? The 1650N at 4k3 is more like what production 100W amps use with four tubes driving. This is rated at 60W hifi but supports 100W easily for guitar which does not require full bass extension.

The 1650R 5k is designed to match a single pair of 6550s or KT88s. The latter can use the UL taps without question. For either tube, use at least a 1k-5W screen-stop regardless of output wiring (UL, triode, tetrode). This same detail applies to all power tubes in guitar amps.

The typical 1650R app calls for 600Va and usually 300-350Vs with no UL connection. The low screen voltage allows you to beat the plate quite liberally but also requires a cathode follower or TX driver to push the grids positive for full output.

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