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Old 8th February 2012, 04:38 PM   #911
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What has TP-100 got to do with this thread?
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Old 9th February 2012, 03:54 AM   #912
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I have just started at this forum and i m not perfect on it , so i was just trying to communicate with the outer world. Please guide me about it if u can Thanks.
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Old 9th February 2012, 05:09 AM   #913
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Hay, Mr. Alex I have made 4 of this Amplifiers with slight modification of using 9 pairs of ttrannies in output. Will change of 1 ohm to .33 will make any improvment in output.
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Old 15th March 2012, 01:55 PM   #914
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Sorry Guys For Posting again about my last Question Concerning. If The PCB's Are Available For Purchase In The United States ? If Anyone Knows Please Let Me Know ... Thanks
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Old 30th December 2012, 01:59 PM   #915
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Made for Brazilian powerholic.... it is the "marriage" of the Dx Standard, Dx HRII and Dx Precision 1 amplifiers.

The idea was to use the good points of those amplifier, to use the same supply (two 27 AC transformer coils installed in series) to allow you to have simetrical 70 plus 70 volts DC.

Effort was applied not only in sonics, but in special to obtain power into 2 ohms and 1.5 ohms loads.... and i could reach 650 watts RMS, continuous, sinusoidal, undistorted (unclipped) into 1 Kilohertz and flat from 5 hertz to 100 Kilohertz... sensitivity of 750 milivolts to full power.

Into 8 ohms power is not special....only 260 watts RMS.

Supply needs 20000uf each rail, and to each amplifier if you gonna use it into 4 ohms speakers (8 amperes) ... twice of that will be needed if you decide to use lower impedance speakers.

Off set is lower than 1 milivolt and bias is around 100 miliamps (force output to conduct)... zener is 1 watt for safety reasons.

500 miliwatts of more to the bootstrapp resistances

3 watts or more to the output emitter resistances

I have assembled this one last year, into December... and i found it great....have not show to you (the early basic schematic, the one i have made modifications today)... i was silent about this one because of Precision 1..... it was under development last year(board).

Diodes must go to the heatsink...they must be insulated using thermal tubes and attached into the heatsink using glue and thermal compound into the places the diode touches the heatsink...glue goes to the resistance series extreme points.

Avoid too much long wires to this one.... despite it is not too much sensitive into those points (not a tripple darlington) it can result a problem if you use long wires...make it shortest as possible.

There's nothing absolutelly different, just a retuning and a marriage fo those amplifiers i have told you..... adjusted to produce power into lower impedance loads...just that.... reliable, good in sonics (alike HRII).... powerfull as the Precision 1 (more powerfull into low impedance loads)

To use into 4 ohms... i suggest you to use 6 pairs of transistors... will be more safe than the 4 pairs you see into the schematic...was problem of space into the simulator to draw the sketch.....of course, to use into 8 ohms only...you can use 3 pairs... and even into 4 ohms...but better to increase if you gonna plug it into crazy loads.

Well, i do not know if there are someone interested..... if you need something, just post here and i will supply you the needed informations you may need.... transistors are 2SC4793 and 2SA1837...into the output use 2SC5200 and 2SA1943 or other unit with the same, or better, specifications of voltage,current, power dissipation and gain.

Enjoy another Dx amplifier...they are all very nice.... this one has controled thunder bass...huge power...excelent dinamics and special treble too... voice is normal.... about sound stage i have not idea about..have not tested this one in stereo.

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Old 14th June 2013, 03:38 PM   #916
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Just waiting for fuse and fuse holders and 2X220uf 100v caps and am done (already got the toshiba trans, diodes and the other stuff i solder them after completing the nitty bitty stuff).

then i connect 43ac to rectifer bridge (26mb60b) and connect after this two 6800uf 80 volts caps and then get up to 63vdc and connect straight to the dhr turbo. unfiortunately dnt have softstart.

of course got to check the pots and do the bias and offset adjust and then measure with multimeter for dc volatge and if ok connect speaker and connect input jack wire. no heat sink yet but try out for ten seconds to hear that sound as test then buy heatsink and erm start on the other channel.
hi,
just i made DHR Turbo amp but this amp does not work well.
this amp goes over heated.
now what can i do?
please, anybody help........
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Old 14th June 2013, 06:38 PM   #917
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It seems to me in MHO that getting any of the amp design gurus to design and carry on till it is done right, a amp with 3 or 400 watts and designed with high quality sound is a NO NO. I wonder how many DIY'ers with a little to a lot experience would want to build an amp with that power capacity? Well dreaming is the only choice and direction now. Fear and atmosphere stands between a start and results I think I will send Iron man and Superman an e-mail, yeah they will help....
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Old 9th January 2014, 02:48 PM   #918
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Default DhR Turbo my version.

Here are 4 pieces DHR TURBO I made Long back.
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Old 22nd April 2014, 07:43 AM   #919
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Default DHR Turbo made in small quantities..no pcboard

produced to distribute...only some audio experts and audio fanatics have build

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Old 22nd April 2014, 07:56 AM   #920
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I still find this a impressive board and working on my test version
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