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Old 4th December 2002, 07:34 AM   #11
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If you plan to use the half number of mosfets you should also half the value of source resistors, or simply use 2 in parallel.
This way you have half tolerance for free.
The voltage value on these resistors is the same as with original devices, since thay have half value but double current.

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Default Different mosfets

Would it be a problem using different mosfets for gain and cc?
-If I my understanding of the amp-circuit is right, we could get away with much cheaper/less audiophile mosfets for the constant-current stage?

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