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Old 7th January 2013, 04:29 PM   #851
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You guys are distracting buzz, who was on a mission to let us know how a 4 pr 5T would work ....
well. i'm about 8 drill's and tap's away and some transistor soldering.
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Ahhh San steps up... dats big power Audiosan, sure you can handle it ...
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Old 7th January 2013, 04:55 PM   #853
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some F5 turbo heatsinks 33Kg. and rectifier bridges mounted on sinks.
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yepp 11Kg pr chassis. 2 turbo V3 monoblocks. and 1 turbo V2 stereo amp.
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Where are those heatsinks from? and how big are they?
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it is 10.080" profiles from heatsinksUSA. 6" long.
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Old 7th January 2013, 07:22 PM   #858
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hi there!

any possibility for a stereo f5t with 530VA / 30V r-core transformer?
maybe for V2 its enough power?
30VAC should gave me over 40VDC- would that be ok?

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Old 7th January 2013, 07:32 PM   #860
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hi there!

any possibility for a stereo f5t with 530VA / 30V r-core transformer?
maybe for V2 its enough power?
30VAC should gave me over 40VDC- would that be ok?

Thanks!
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2x30V transformer?
lets crunch some numbers. +/40V and 1.6A bias will give you a dissipation of 125W pr ch. and that is maximum for your transformer.
that will give you: (1.6A*2)*(1.6A*2)*8/2= 40W class A at 8ohm.
with +/-40V rails it will give you about 85W class A/B at 8ohm.
you will also need to cascode the input fets.
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