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Old 27th August 2009, 09:54 PM   #11
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Didn't someone (maybe Tim de Paravicini) do this with 12AX7s?
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As I recall you did something similar once before many years ago - paralleling lots of JFET's.
Actually I did it many years ago with TO-92 bipolars, and later
with ZVN3310 and ZVP3310 Mosfets.


The single-ended version typically requires four times as
many devices for the same performance - 2 X in parallel and
then balanced.

It's actually more economical to go complementary when you
consider your time and the costs of the extra transistors,
resistors, and pc boards.

Oh, and it will not be an F4.
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Old 27th August 2009, 11:21 PM   #13
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The name alone makes me all giddy.

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Doing that by hand is almost crazy, but I've gotta tell you... Thievery Corp is the perfect music for such activities.
I concur, about Thievery Corp that is

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Variac and Elena and Jill and I all went to see Thievery Corporation at the Warfield a couple years back.

The performances were awesome but the sound system sucked.




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Old 27th August 2009, 11:47 PM   #17
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The kilofet; a new unit of excellence?

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Beast with a Thousand JFETs.
maybe Brad Pitt, to play your part, in the movie...

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Very interesting! I look forward to following the progress on this.
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Jeez - how many 2sk170s do you need to come up with a matched millennia?
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