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bracoraab 10th May 2007 10:51 AM

Simple schema
 
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I found this simple schema on the net, the opa552 can supply wiyh +- 30V and the power mosfet I think could be IRFP240 and IRFP9240?
How many watts I can get with 35 V per rail? Is this a poor quality circuit?

Cheers
Braco

sparkle 10th May 2007 11:24 AM

Braco - +/-35V will give you arround 50-55W/8ohm.....

regarding quality of the amp - it is hard to say if it is good or bad - because all of us have a different taste of the music and also different speakers - one amplifier is not going to work at its best on one speaker or another different type of the speaker....so the best is to try it.... it can certainly be better made - with some improvements in this basic circuitry - but also you may like it how it sounds the way it is........
regards
daniel

bracoraab 10th May 2007 11:29 AM

Thanks a lot Daniel

sparkle 10th May 2007 11:33 AM

no problem - there is a lot other sch on the net that fit under 50-55W ......for example DX amp - that is a nice very good quality amp, also you have Project 101 from Rod Elliot that can be fitted inside 50W....:)
enjoy

sixtek 10th May 2007 12:26 PM

Hi,

Max. PSU voltage is +/-30V for the OPA. Then I would use +/-25V supply rails.
Calculating with 5V losses (that will be more: few Volts on supply caps, 1-2V on diode bridge, and few Volts in the mosfet) the output power will be 25W-RMS on 8Ohm and 50W-RMS on 4Ohm.
So it's a 30W amp.

sparkle 10th May 2007 12:39 PM

sixtek - you are right - i missed that - i was to quick :)
did not check for the voltage - no time ...
:)

sixtek 10th May 2007 01:01 PM

No matter my friend ;)

darkfenriz 10th May 2007 01:18 PM

Is it designed by Dariusz Kulesza aka. Drakul ?

cs 10th May 2007 02:18 PM

Re: Simple schema
 
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Originally posted by bracoraab
I found this simple schema on the net, the opa552 can supply wiyh +- 30V and the power mosfet I think could be IRFP240 and IRFP9240?
How many watts I can get with 35 V per rail? Is this a poor quality circuit?

Cheers
Braco

Also, don't forget the OPA445, which will run off +/-45V rails, so you can get approaching 100W.

I have been looking at just such an amp recently, using the OPA445 + BUZ901/5 mosfets. Simulated performance looks good, when configured for a closed-loop gain of 2 (6dB). I will then use a driver op amp run from from +/-24V to provide the rest of the gain required.

sparkle 10th May 2007 07:44 PM

:bigeyes:
:)


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