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Old 25th June 2013, 05:57 AM   #1
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Default Threshold Stasis II (2) emitter Rs acceptable values??

Hi Guys,

(Re) beginning my restoration/repair of my Stasis II (2) with all new outputs MJ15022/23 and 24/25's, new drivers MJE15034/35 or 30/31's and new emitter R's. Originals are 1 ohm, but as there are 48 of them, and I already have some very nice metal oxide RSF2B-.68 I am wondering if .68 ohm will cause any trouble in this amp design? I am starting this week and only want to do this once. The Stasis III calls for .68 but has fewer output devices.

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