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Old 19th October 2005, 12:42 AM   #11
sbear is offline sbear  United States
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Well. I'm broke again, which means I have to start using my brain for fun, instead of money. So I got posessed with the idea designing an aleph-x that is switchable to class B. (My roommate is constantly turning off my amps as soon as I leave the house because I'm "wasting" energy. . .umm, whatever. . .)

First obstacle: making an adjustable current source from P-channel devices. Well check out the schematic. I've dubbed it the "Double-X" for now, for obvious reasons. I guess these really aren't even Aleph current sources, but their P-channel cousins.
Can anyone tell if this is a workable idea??? It seems that it is, but I need a little encouragement before I go any further, like tackling the second obstacle-biasing the devices to class B.

Any thoughts?
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