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Old 12th February 2003, 01:53 PM   #11
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That makes sense, its all making more sense now that I found the burned fuse in my meter and actually see the current on that fuse. I set it at 280 through the fuse last night and the heat sinks are mildly warm at idle and when playing voice from a movie. I should probably put a more challenging signal through before I turn it up a lot. This weekend I can put it on some decent speakers and see if I can discearn the difference between 280 and say 350. Maybe some less than 20 year old caps after that!

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Old 31st December 2003, 06:26 AM   #12
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What exactly is the device you all are refering to? Output transistors? Just wondering as I'm about to finish rebuilding my DH-200

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