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Analog MAT02 and Toshiba 2sk389 compatibility?
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Old 11th September 2007, 03:50 AM   #1
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Default Analog MAT02 and Toshiba 2sk389 compatibility?

I've seen a few circuits where the MAT02 was substituted *directly* for the 2sk389, despite the 2sk389 being a dual FET. Is there a generalizable rule that defines when and where this is possible? Only issue I could see is that the MAT02 might have too much gain, but I'm not exactly sure how to compare the two...

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Which circuits? Can you give examples?
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