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Old 19th April 2014, 09:30 PM   #101
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Here is the transistor parts list:


Reference Value Symbol name
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Q 1 ? MG6330
Q 2 ? MG6330
Q 3 MOUNTED ON ONE OF O/P TRANSISTORS MPSA42
Q 4 MJE350 VAS
Q 5 ? MJE15030 driver
Q 6 MPSA92
Q 7 MPSA92
Q 8 ? MJE15031 driver
Q 9 HEATSINK MJE340 VAS
Q 10 MPSA42 VAS
Q 11 MPSA42
Q 12 ? MG9410
Q 13 MPSA42
Q 14 MPSA42
Q 15 ? MG9410
Q 16 MPSA42
Q 17 ? MPSA42
Q 18 ? MPSA92
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Old 5th June 2014, 12:52 AM   #102
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Hi all.
Someone could explain the function of C9. Improves sound?
Thanks
It decouples the output stage from the driver stage.
Without it on low volume you would get serious hum.
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Old 9th July 2014, 01:14 PM   #103
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It decouples the output stage from the driver stage.
Without it on low volume you would get serious hum.
dear all member,
sorry for diverting subject i want to know these question-
1.what is input bias
2.what is final bias.
3.what is vas bias
4.what final bias
5.what is out put bias
6.what is gain
7.what is feed back
in an amplifier circuit plz explain .thanking you
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Old 9th July 2014, 01:45 PM   #104
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dear all member,
sorry for diverting subject i want to know these question-
1.what is input bias
2.what is final bias.
3.what is vas bias
4.what final bias
5.what is out put bias
6.what is gain
7.what is feed back
in an amplifier circuit plz explain .thanking you
Look at the circuit in post #32

1. Input bias is the current that flows out of the base of TR1 via R1 and R2.
2. Final bias, output bias. Both refer to the quiescent current that flows in the output stage.
3. Gain. Voltage gain of the circuit is (R9+R7)/R7. So that gives "22". That means 1 volts rms applied to the input will give 22 volts rms output.
4. Feedback means many things. In this circuit it typically means R9 and R7.

Does that help ?
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Old 10th July 2014, 12:25 PM   #105
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Look at the circuit in post #32

1. Input bias is the current that flows out of the base of TR1 via R1 and R2.
2. Final bias, output bias. Both refer to the quiescent current that flows in the output stage.
3. Gain. Voltage gain of the circuit is (R9+R7)/R7. So that gives "22". That means 1 volts rms applied to the input will give 22 volts rms output.
4. Feedback means many things. In this circuit it typically means R9 and R7.

Does that help ?
dear mooly
thanks for explaining.thanks a lot
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