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Old 30th September 2003, 11:24 AM   #1
Ruben is offline Ruben  Switzerland
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Default Which thermistor for a SOZ amplifier

Hello!

I'm planning to build a son of zen amplifier, and I would like to use a thermistor to prevent the inrush current whent putting on the amplifier. My SOZ project would have to deliver about 30W to my speakers.

Could anyone help me to find which thermistor is convenient for such a project?

And also where could I get 4 ways attenuators for the bride of son of zen. I mean : not stepped attenuators, but just "normal" ones. Like ALPS, for ex.

Many thanks!

Ruben.
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Old 3rd October 2003, 06:04 AM   #2
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Find a NTC-thermistor that handles 20A or so, and with 10ohm value when cold
(you can series/paralell them if necessary).
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