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Old 13th April 2013, 11:59 PM   #21
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I would love to go more bias on what I have because it would be real simple to do. But then again I could make something new. I need a project. Kinda like my avitar, I can put that fire out quick..

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if you are at 150deg F...... dont go more bias. you need to back off a bit. 65deg C is way hot......
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Theres no fans on it now, I can put them back on. It survived 12 years like this with no problem. Devices matched to .01vgs also if it matters, I was told the outputs would not survive reguardless of temp. Well then let's change it or take a chance on changing 2 resistors. That's where im at. Ok and the transformer, or going dc which I origanally envisioned.

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any suggestions? Change the transformer and bias? Performance will improve, who's done it? Dc? I'm all ears, I thought this would be easy, im finding the oposite.. But am patient. Like I said I dont know electricity, and the effects as some. I am willing to push the limit however...

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Sometimes it's hard to sleep at night, dreaming of what could or might be. I guess I just think over my head at times, since im no expert on anything, but dream I do. like a million watts to get 1, how could it sound? Dunno, I don't think it's ever been done. Kinda like an x10000 that doesn't go klunk

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I would love to go more bias on what I have because it would be real simple to do. But then again I could make something new. I need a project. Kinda like my avitar, I can put that fire out quick..
I added more cooling to the avitar, that shoud work well...
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I might just replace a couple of resistors and get 4 marine batteries, and throw the fans on.. Yep something could happen, but you never know untill you try... I have a lot of spares around....
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Oh, I forgot, I might have to buy an air conditioner... im thinking that any device has a safety factor of at least 2 to 1, could be a lot higher I dont know, but doubling the bias is a first step, it should work....

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Now im thinking that it would be good for those 244's to rise up slower. Like slow start bias, the heat transfer off the bat might not be good. But over time I think it could contol the chip temp better.. Too many ideas and I need to lay off the coffee..
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I want to hear from these awesomely talented folks at diy, what do you think?

I just came up with a new one, I've got these $200 monster cable speaker wires that are too long anyway. Im thinking 0 guage welding wire on bannana jacks, i will keep it short as possible. It's cheaper than silver... I guess I read too much and need lower octane coffee...
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