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janey 2nd November 2001 10:13 AM

Hello.
Im planing to build good ab class amplifier to drive my JMlab Point Source speakers. Now im using DoZ but this amp is not powerful enough to play rock music.
wich amp sound better leach or Elliott 60-100w amp (project 3a)If anybody have another amp in mind please write.
thanks.

Helix 2nd November 2001 05:29 PM

class ab ampz
 
The millennium crescendo, publish in elector last year july sometime, is quite good.

GeneralKang 6th December 2001 02:49 AM

Where can I find Carver 1.5 amp Schematic?
 
Looking for any Carver amp schematics. I prefer the 1.5 model.

Thanks

Damon Hill 6th December 2001 03:55 AM

I just put my rebuilt Leach amplifier with new ver. 4.5 boards into service; it sounds significantly better than
the nearly twenty year old ver 2.something boards. I
immediately noticed a larger sound field and better imagining, more detail and less sense of strain. I wasn't
expecting to hear much of a difference, so I'm very pleased.

I used Black Gates in the diff amp for the negative feedback input and power supply filtering.

Eventually I want to rebuild the amplifier yet again,
using better linearity transistors like the -1302/3281
pairs.

PH104 6th December 2001 04:48 AM

I like Borbely's amps

http://www.borbelyaudio.com/


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