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Old 27th November 2001, 06:26 PM   #1
palesha is offline palesha  India
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I am puzzled with a article about AUDIO amps on the net. I tried to translate assuming it to be Russian but failed. Can anybody guide me what to do? Further the following devices are mentioned in the circuit. Can anybody tell me the equivalent devices?
1) KT 3102A 2) KT 814B 3) KT 815B 4) KT 818B 5) KT 819B

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СХЕМОТЕХНИКА ТРАНЗИСТОРНЫХ УСИЛИТЕЛЕЙ МОЩНОСТИ

Как работает простой усилитель мощности (УМ)
Рассмотрим простую классическую схему, по которой было построено большинство усилителей в 60-х, 70-х годах. Данная схема приведена в книжке Атаева, Болотникова "Функциональные узлы усилителей HI FI", но по этой же схеме был построен, например, советский усилитель "Радиотехника 020".

Guidance & help in the matter will be highly appreciated.
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Old 28th November 2001, 08:33 AM   #2
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I am puzzled with a article about AUDIO amps on the net. I tried to translate assuming it to be Russian but failed. Can anybody guide me what to do? Further the following devices are mentioned in the circuit. Can anybody tell me the equivalent devices?
1) KT 3102A 2) KT 814B 3) KT 815B 4) KT 818B 5) KT 819B

The starting matter of the article.

СХЕМОТЕХНИКА ТРАНЗИСТОРНЫХ УСИЛИТЕЛЕЙ МОЩНОСТИ

Как работает простой усилитель мощности (УМ)
Рассмотрим простую классическую схему, по которой было построено большинство усилителей в 60-х, 70-х годах. Данная схема приведена в книжке Атаева, Болотникова "Функциональные узлы усилителей HI FI", но по этой же схеме был построен, например, советский усилитель "Радиотехника 020".

palesha

Neither English or Russian is my native language but I’ll try for fun:

...How does a simple power amplifier working?
Lets take a look at simple classic design, which was used in most amplifiers of the sixties and seventies. This schematic is published in the book written by Ataev, Bolotnikov "Basic building blocks of HI-FI amplifiers" but using the same schematic, Soviet amplifier "Radiotehnika 020" was built also....

About equivalent Russian devices maybe somebody else can try or do search in with - http://www.rambler.ru

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Old 28th November 2001, 02:16 PM   #3
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Thank u very much for ur reply. I would like to know ur mother tonque. If u let me know the language then i will try to get it translated on the web. Or if u say i can send u the article of name of the site and u translate for me if possible.
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Old 28th November 2001, 02:34 PM   #4
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My native language is Estonian but you will not probably find any web based Russian to Estonian translation engine. Just if you can give me the web address for that particular article you are interested in and let me have a look.

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Old 28th November 2001, 02:57 PM   #5
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Thanks for ur reply. If u can PM me at palesha@vsnl.com then i can send u the article by email. I have downloaded it.
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Old 28th November 2001, 03:07 PM   #6
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Well,just push the e-mail button under my reply to send me the copy. Just make sure it’s not .exe file (like self-extractive zip file). Server I’m using will filter it out.
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