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Old 22nd January 2011, 10:59 AM   #1
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Question Ask help on PASS X150 bias setting

few months ago i bought an X150 and it all performs well with my TAD 500. but these days i found the left channel is hotter than the right channel.
after measuring the voltage across the 0R47 source resistor, I found the right channel is about 30mV and left is 38mV in average.

get into headache now, which one is closer to the factory setting?>

anyone can help me out?>
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before Papa chime in with exact answer , you can always take universal approach - bias it up to 50C (long term) on heatsinks
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