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Tyimo 22nd July 2008 08:35 AM

Blu Eyes Amplifier
 
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Hi!

http://www.royaldevice.com/BEmeasures.htm

Simple question: What is this???
How is it works????


Tyimo

Andy L. Francis 22nd July 2008 10:50 AM

Nothing special.
Transformer coupled SS-PP amplifier with transformer output.
Was common in the 60's...

Tyimo 22nd July 2008 03:02 PM

Quote:

Transformer coupled SS-PP amplifier with transformer output.
No, it is not a PP amp.

Tyimo

jacco vermeulen 22nd July 2008 03:10 PM

It reads Single Ended, you mean that is not PP ? :clown:

Ah, i sees clear now : it's got a 2.4V dynamic CCS on top, a transformer coupled input for the bottom driver stage, even a lytic on the crossroads to block DC to the output trannie.
Let's give Steve Eddy a call to be sure.

unclejed613 22nd July 2008 03:41 PM

if you look at the input trannie phasing and the way the output transistors are connected, yes it is a P-P (push pull doesn't have to have the output transformer in the collector circuits to be push-pull. most solid state amps are push-pull). if it were single ended, the top transistor would not be driven by the input trannie, it would be a current source.


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