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Old 23rd October 2008, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default Bedini 250W ?

looking for schematic

all I found is in one Zero Cool's post - model is Bedini BA-803

searching for a friends friend ..... he's despearte to find amp for his Apogees

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Old 23rd October 2008, 05:00 PM   #3
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Not sure that a Bedini is going to be terribly useful if those Apogees are one's that have the extremely low Z design... it is more or less a function of the size of the PS and the number of output devices that will govern the ability to drive very low Z loads...

I've repaired Strellioff amps, he was Bedini's partner at one time, but I never bothered to fully trace the circuit out.

Nothing special, iirc...

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Not sure that a Bedini is going to be terribly useful if those Apogees are one's that have the extremely low Z design... it is more or less a function of the size of the PS and the number of output devices that will govern the ability to drive very low Z loads...

I've repaired Strellioff amps, he was Bedini's partner at one time, but I never bothered to fully trace the circuit out.

Nothing special, iirc...

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tnx bear ;
I already saw that Strelliof on your site ;

I'll pass further info you gave me .
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Original spec on 803 was 52 pounds (less than 25kg). There is no way that it could be biased for more than about 10W in pure class A, if that. I think your buddy should look at KMA160 or KMA200, they are proven performers with current hungry Apogees. Even old KSA100 will be vastly better choice.

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so anyone with Bedini schmtc ?

that friends friend already have own opinion what's good for him ;
I just don't want to dispute and - to be frankly - I'm also curious to see that schmtc ..........
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Been looking for Bedini schematics for years...

I wouldn't get to much hopes up, but who knows....
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I talked with Bedini many years ago and they won't give out the BA-803 schematic. As I understand it. it is a single ended sliding bias class-A is what i was told. I owned a BA-803 and wish i had never given it up! at the time, my speakers just didn't really show off what that amp could do. I had Vandersteen 2c's at the time and while good speakers, that amp deserved better. I have been looking for an 803 for many years now and they are not easy to find.

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Cool! It's been, how long? Three years. Very cool to make the effort and awnser still.

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