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Ipanema 5th December 2006 02:05 AM

PMBFJ620 dual Jfet
Is this any good for LTP input stage or as a replacement for the favourite 2SK386?

Ipanema 5th December 2006 11:32 AM

anyone have ever use this care to comment? It's difficult for me to source 2Sk386 in my place.


Zen Mod 5th December 2006 05:36 PM


Originally posted by Ipanema
anyone have ever use this care to comment? It's difficult for me to source 2Sk386 in my place.


compare S of both.....
in which construction you need them?

Ipanema 7th December 2006 01:45 AM


I'm planning to use it in the front end like this :

Ipanema 7th December 2006 01:49 AM

2 Attachment(s)

I'm planning to use it in the folded cascode front end like this. What's your opinion on this Jfet pair? Or can you recommend other easier avalaible jfet pair?


Zen Mod 7th December 2006 02:10 AM

without looking at exact schmtc with all values ,including voltage-it's hard to say..........besides-is it 2SK369 originally in schmtc?
with S of 40mA/V it's pretty hard to find adequate replacement type...even 2SK389 have just half of that.....

mebbe two 2SK389,but they are also hard to find......

seems that your philips part is somewhere around 15mA/ maybe one case (two in parallel) instead one half of 369.........

give us schmtc (if it's too large to post here , mail it to me ( and I'll shrink it for here or host it for some time


OK google is our friend

there is all info you need

Ipanema 7th December 2006 05:19 AM

Does paralleling more fet provides any disadvantage besides the advantage of increases transcoductance and lowering the input loise level?

FYI, I do not have the final design yet. Just something playing in my mind to use differential Jfet folded cascode front end and single ended class A MOSFET source follower. The objective is to eliminate miller compensation caps by having only single stage high gain folded cascode. Do you think this configuration will produce nice sound?

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