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Old 2nd April 2003, 12:13 AM   #11
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There was also this amplifier wich surprised me. It was using LM4765T and this Anagram Power Loop. http://www.anagramtech.com/down/powe...oductbrief.pdf
And didnt sound bad at all!
The one showed in the pic is the Monoblock 250 watts, the stereo one is the exact same internal structure.

The LM4765T are stereo 30 watts into 8 ohm with Mute function. I havn't seen them in many diy designs.

Heres a pic of the amp internal structure.
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Old 2nd April 2003, 12:16 AM   #12
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Thanks!

I didnt go friday because I expected to see too much people, and some unready companies.
But even saturday there was alot of people, and some irrespectful ones just couldn't stop talking and laughing in the rooms when some of us were concentrating on the music, I just hate that....
Oh yeah, I have seen this. Stupid people that can not stop talking. This is not the place to compare your latest state-of-the-art gettho blaster against a 50 000$ speaker... I will stop there

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I was looking forward to hear the Arro but Totem decided to show some other models.

Some 4" woofer / 19mm tweeter floorstanding speakers like the Opera Pavarotti threw me off my chair.


Heres a pic of the Arro [/B]
They make more money on the other model My version 2 of the clone will be very close to these one.
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Have you Ilianh more pictures about 'LM4765T and Anagram Power Loop' system?

Or does any one have any amplfier which uses LM4765?
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Have you Ilianh more pictures about 'LM4765T and Anagram Power Loop' system?

Or does any one have any amplfier which uses LM4765?
Nope, sorry, those were the only pics I had of this amp.
But I think I'll experiment with those ic's, I have around 10 of them, might end up being something good.


I'm interested in the Anagram Power Loop. I searched and didnt find anything "diy" that had any relations to it.
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Sorry about this late reply....

I have those ic's too, but I don't have been build anything yet.
I think I'll build some 6 channel computer amplifier.

Have You got schematic for LM4765?
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Go to this link: http://cache.national.com/ds/LM/LM4765.pdf

I also have about 10 of thede chips. Did you ever you do anything with yours yet? If so, please post pics. THX,

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