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Old 7th January 2014, 10:49 PM   #1
OllBoll is offline OllBoll  Sweden
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Default L'amp cascoded design?

Hello there!

I just wonder if someone has experimented with a cascoded L'amp SIT design like the F3, but with a SIT instead of a lovetech mosfet. I currently have a L'amp but it would be interesting to see if I could somehow fuse it with an F2J and raise the output impendance turning it into a pure current source amp.
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