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Old 7th January 2004, 10:45 PM   #1
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Question Tri amping SOZ

Tri amping SOZ.

10W a piece.

Anybody have a hint about a good choice for the mosfets?

I know that the lowest amp have to have a pair of something like irfp250.

The middle i guess should be a pair of irfp240.

What about the highest?

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IRF230?

Because???

The lower capacitance??


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Are there more mosfets manufacturers than IR?

I'm right now trying one, the pitty is that is TO220,
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It sure stinks that its a TO-220, but then again, for a 10W SOZ it should cause no problems......besides the allergic reaction to TO-220 devices in general

Raka....how do you feel about the IRFP 230 after testing ??


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Actually is a Motorola MTP33N10 what I'm working with right now. Can't comment about it because is not already alive.
Why don't you try a single one, and change the different mosfets you can get?
BTW, for a 10W soz, I would prefer some TO247, but havent tried yet.
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