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Old 28th June 2007, 01:53 AM   #1
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Old 28th June 2007, 02:08 AM   #2
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Good start. You might want to ground reference the Gates of the LU1014Ds.

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Good start. You might want to ground reference the Gates of the LU1014Ds.

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even if I lost my greeny button this days............ for balanced signal- you don't need that ;
for unbalanced - input gnd is on +35 .

or should I draw that tiny gnd symbol..................
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That looks unusual! How many watts do you expect to get out of that, 30-40?

Make that: It looks very unusual and interesting Easy to build too.

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That looks unusual! How many watts do you expect to get out of that, 30-40?

Make that: It looks very unusual and interesting Easy to build too.

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naah.

green button missing; brain is in red

another one- familiar to you?

edit - I know that pic from post 1 need few additional lines,too....... but not tonight........
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naah.

green button missing; brain is in red

another one- familiar to you?

edit - I know that pic from post 1 need few additional lines,too....... but not tonight........
Sure, thats Patricks sweet little headphone amp, alike
Ohh, just want to add, the sound comes cleanly through Patricks LU HP-amp!! Very clean!
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Sure, thats Patricks sweet little headphone amp, alike

difference?
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add to post No.1

I think it's now better;
or I'm just dumber
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difference?
From start: Higher railvoltage, a lot more bias, more current capable cascode fets and a lot different input, which I dont quite get! You have added a DC blocking cap at the output too!
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................. and a lot different input, which I dont quite get! You have added a DC blocking cap at the output too!

follower is in the name of the thread
just compare this and Pat's shematic ;

where is outer side of spk connected..........

in other words where are grounds and what electrode ( hehehehe) of active device is "grounded"
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