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Old 28th April 2007, 11:07 PM   #1
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Default "ST151" 100W amplifier

Hi folks,

So here it is. With photos and full documentation.
My amplifier design, called "ST151", that uses cheap and easly available, industrial standard parts.
I gladly suggest to build it for anyone.

(Please don't flame the thread with any audiophile modificaton. ST151 is not a state-of-art design, uses nothing new or special circuit. But it's designed properly > good sound quailty, cheap parts, stability.)


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Old 28th April 2007, 11:10 PM   #2
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Isn't C13 too big?
Have you tried ~47n?
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So, as an estimate, whats the cost for stereo amp using this circuit minus the heatsinks and case? I'm not very knowledgable in the design of amplifiers but i can build and work on them. I've been keeping my eye out for something i could use for the upper half of my semi-active 3 ways and this looks like it could work...
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