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Old 14th March 2013, 05:22 PM   #11
Antoinel is offline Antoinel  United States
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Super Symmetric [R] Balanced F5
Originally Posted by Zen Mod View Post
Antoinel , you're attaching trailer to dragster , hoping that it will be more stable and twice faster , in same time

however - SUSY is feedback based thing ; what you're intending is completely different ;

fact that's ineffective is of secondary importance

here's early EUVL's F5X ; there must be more readable schematics buried in the thread and maybe on EUVL's site

as you can see - solution is simple , effective and elegant

there are few other solutions to make bridged F5 SUSY , this one is published and covered as project for 158%

Thanks Zen Mod for the schematic, and your valuable comments leading to the following:
  • You know the published work of Mr. Pass like the back of your hand. I'll take your word to heart that my schematic in post #1 is not SuSy [R]. Thus, I apologize to Mr. Pass for wrongly using Super Symmetric [R] in the title, and SuSy [R] in this post.and the above. It follows that from this point forward ,I will not use the aforementionned words; and not reference US 5,376,899 either. It also follows that the new title of this thread is "A cross-coupled pair of F5s". It is a much better fit.
  • Experiments will determine whether this style of cross-coupling [post #1] affects the net performance of the bridge amp. You surprised me when you declared this approach to be ineffective.
I'll continue to nurture this thread with ideas and future experiments. Am I able to change the current title, or have to seek a higher authority[who]?
Or, I'll start a new thread which is entitled "A cross-coupled pair of F5s". I declare this current thread dead and obsolete ; meaning I will refrain from posting anything else in it.

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Old 14th March 2013, 05:36 PM   #12
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Old 14th March 2013, 10:58 PM   #13
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Super Symmetric [R] Balanced F5
In EUVL's threads you can find many informations about this topic, some possible designs how to bridge and the reasons for their final solution. There's also a build thread, very excellent documented. (If I knew where all this info were, I'd have postet the links here).
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Old 15th March 2013, 07:50 PM   #14
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Antoinel, sometimes to get things done you need to maintain radio silence from diyA...then it's time to start a thread when you have results to share
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Old 15th March 2013, 07:54 PM   #15
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