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Old 12th March 2003, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default Solid state amp on +/-150V ?

Hello!

I'm looking for a schematics for solid state amplifier that has about +/-140V - +/-160V and uses IRF's on output stage.

I was considering moding the old Crescendo amp, but I really don't want to experiment(too much).

So, if anyone has any schematics at all for such high voltages, please post it here.

thx,
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Old 12th March 2003, 08:46 PM   #2
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Default a couple thoughts:

you can go to www.headwize.com and look under electrostatic amplifiers. The Art of Electronics also has a regulated high voltage supply -- if you change the reference input to a pre-input you can use it to drive capacitative loads. The Art of Electronics article has some now-discontinued Motorola devices, but I am sure you can find suitable replacements from IRF.
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