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Old 3rd September 2011, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default 2SK794 - What are they ?

Hi,

I've just found a couple of these in a box of parts I bought.

Both new in packaging.

Anyone with a data sheet in English ?

Or anyone know what they are or can be used for ?

I was hoping to build a Pass amp?



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Hello Andy,

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I've just found a couple of these in a box of parts I bought. Anyone with a data sheet in English ?
You can d/l the data sheet from here:

2SK794 Data Sheet

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Hi,

I've just found a couple of these in a box of parts I bought.

Both new in packaging.

Anyone with a data sheet in English ?

Or anyone know what they are or can be used for ?

I was hoping to build a Pass amp?



Andy


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Even though you have the data sheet, part numbers with 2SK, or 2SJ are MOSFETS, or FETS. One is an N Channel, and one is a P channel.
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