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Old 28th January 2009, 04:59 PM   #1
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poor man`s general purpose shunt regulator, precipitately drawn, simulated in the head. Omissions and errors reserved!
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Old 28th January 2009, 06:14 PM   #2
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poor man`s general purpose shunt regulator, precipitately drawn, simulated in the head. Omissions and errors reserved!

poor man's .........

only if you replace 7 pcs of 2SK170 with 7 pcs of BF245(A/B/C) .......

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Old 28th January 2009, 06:34 PM   #3
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I liked that.

In fact, four more pieces in the high-budget version (current mirror).
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Old 29th January 2009, 07:13 AM   #4
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got disappointed and I sincerely apologize.

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Old 29th January 2009, 08:47 AM   #5
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Dear Sirs,
it could be mentioned in parentheses that the sonic performance of shunt regulators cannot be compared to the 15kHz IC types, which have an immense circuit complexity and suffer from devastating GNF effects and other anomalies in audio use. Yet many seriously meant attempts for "improvement" have been made over the years. What a waste of resources. However, shunt regulators work in a kind of class A so power dissipation is a problem in some situations.
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Hi Lumba,

that must be the first readable schematic I've seen from you

Nice toy! However, I do not get your attitude with respect to negative feedback and regulators; every regulator uses in principle 100% negative (voltage) feedback as it does not provide any gain.

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[snip]However, I do not get your attitude with respect to negative feedback and regulators; every regulator uses in principle 100% negative (voltage) feedback as it does not provide any gain.

Have fun, Hannes

Exactly. The only way a regulator can regulate is via feedback. Shunt or series reg.

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be it any sort of zenner - follower ..... even that is feedback mechanismus .....



shall we proceed ...... either in constructive , either in joyful off topic manner ...



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Emitter follower = 100% voltage feedback
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Old 29th January 2009, 10:58 AM   #10
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Hannes,
right, I`m blaming my software, the only one I can handle.

Voltage followers use 100% feedback, like the CFP series pass element above. The number of stages has a vital importance in that regard, it`s about time. Feedback over not more than two stages is acceptable for me.
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