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Old 8th February 2009, 10:40 AM   #11
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"Between pins 2 and 6 will limit the feeback of the opamp at high frequency"

I think it increases the feedback and limits the gain at high frequencies.
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Old 8th February 2009, 11:08 AM   #12
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I have to agree Mooly.
Bad circuit design!
I'd try decreasing C5 and C8, and remove C10.

MJ15003/4 as drivers?! OMG

I'd throw out this crazy schematic, and would build a working circuit. There are many schematics out there on Diyaudio for +/-70V rails.

PS.: PL300 schema: http://www.audio-circuit.dk/images/s...00-pwr-sch.pdf
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Old 8th February 2009, 01:49 PM   #13
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To DJK, AND mOOLY & ALL OTHER INTERESTED PEOPLE!
I just wake up from the horror dream, but when I see that so many help on the forum now I am happy and not alone!
THANK YOU ALL FOR THE HELP, AND i AM READY TO DO ANYTHING TO HEAR A GOOD SOUND FROM THIS PIECE OF BOX.
i SPENT 3 OR 4 MONTHS TO GET ALL PARTS : 2 KW TOROID TRANSFORMER(WOUND BY MY HANDS, BIG ALU HEATSINKS TAKEN FROM SIEMENS INDYSTRY (MOTOR CONTROL CIRCUIT) AND ALL OTHER THINGS LIKE BOX AND FRONT ALU. PANEL IS MADE BY MY HANDS BUT THIS WORKS ONLY WITH 741 WHICH I PUTED IN THE SOCKET COS TL071 AND ALSO TRIED NE 5534 NOT WORK PROPERLY!!!
THE PARTS LIST I ALREADY POSTED IN THE JPG. FORMAT.
T5: YES I PUTTED ON THE MAIN HEATSINK AND CONNECT WITH 3 TWISTED WIRES LENGT ABOUT 15 CM.
ALSO I TRIED AND CONNECTED A 18 PF CAPACITOR FROM PIN 2 TO PIN 6 DIRECT SOLDERED ON THE OP.AMP, AND NOTHING DONE, STILL THE SAME BAD OSCILLATIONS!
PLEASE WHAT TO DO NOW???
i CAN POST THE CLOSE UP IMAGES OF WHOLE AMP IN MY CASE.
THE MAN WHO GAVE ME THIS SCHEMATIC TOLDS ME THAT THIS AMP. WAS WORKING WHEN HE MADE IT LONG TIME AGO!OR ...OR WHAT IS THE BEST FOR ME? TO BUILD A COMPLETELY NEW MODULES BUT TO KEEP UP EVERYTHING LIKE POWER TRANSISTORS MJ 15003/15004???
PLEASE HELP, CAN i MAKE THIS WORK OR TO START MAKING OTHER WORKING MODULES BUT I WANT TO HAVE SAME POWER: THIS SCHEMATIC IS RATED 450W @ 4OHM, 280W @ 8 OHM
THD (1KHZ)=0.01
FREQ. RESP.=10 HZ-80 KHZ
SNR=100dB
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Old 8th February 2009, 02:12 PM   #14
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keep the case/chassis, keep the PSU, keep the output stage, keep the heatsinks, keep all the hardware.
Build a new voltage amplifier stage with it's own PCB. This will cost peanuts.
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Old 8th February 2009, 04:41 PM   #15
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"Pins 2 and 3"

No, I was looking at the RCA handbook for their 100W and 300W amplifier using this same basic circuit, and they use a small cap (7pF~12pF) from pin 2 to pin 6, and the resistor on the output of the opamp (an FET type).

"Really, we need the parts list as well"

http://www.servimg.com/image_preview...=61&u=12272940
I have posted parts list, that is what i have here, if you don't understand , please ask me, but i hope you won't.

To ANDREW: WHERE CAN I FOUND VOLTAGE AMPLIFIER PROJECT AND HOW TO MATCH TO THE REST OF THIS AMP?
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Old 8th February 2009, 05:17 PM   #16
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there are amplifier schematics all around this Forum that will suit.

You can look for one with a 4pair output stage or a 2pair stage and make twice as many amplifiers.
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Old 8th February 2009, 07:50 PM   #17
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What's the value of C10?

Try changing it. Both a too small value and a too big one will cause oscillation.

The amplifier is not stable without it so don't remove it like someone said.

Unlike the commonly used topology the op-amp provides 90 degrees of phase shift and the VAS another 90 degrees at high frequencies so the capacitor providing lead is absolutely neccessary for stability unlike in normal amps.
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Old 8th February 2009, 10:33 PM   #18
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What's the value of C10?

Try changing it. Both a too small value and a too big one will cause oscillation.

The amplifier is not stable without it so don't remove it like someone said.

Unlike the commonly used topology the op-amp provides 90 degrees of phase shift and the VAS another 90 degrees at high frequencies so the capacitor providing lead is absolutely neccessary for stability unlike in normal amps.
Thank You Megajocke!
The value of the c10=68pf/ceramic
All values can be seen here:
http://www.servimg.com/image_preview...=61&u=12272940

What value do you recommend me from min to max?
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Old 9th February 2009, 12:28 AM   #19
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It depends on a lot of other things in the circuit, I'd just try with another value and see what happens. I'd guess it needs to have a lower value but I'm not sure.

You could try it and see if it gets less stable or more stable.
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Old 9th February 2009, 11:47 AM   #20
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What's the value of C10?

Try changing it. Both a too small value and a too big one will cause oscillation.

The amplifier is not stable without it so don't remove it like someone said.

Unlike the commonly used topology the op-amp provides 90 degrees of phase shift and the VAS another 90 degrees at high frequencies so the capacitor providing lead is absolutely neccessary for stability unlike in normal amps.

That cap is the key to getting this stable. I've made many many many of these to work - including kilowatters. In addition to the 90 degrees thru the opamp and the 90 thru the VAS, you get a few extra degrees through the outputs. Normally you can ignore them, but not here. Tap the lead compensation cap from the output of the VAS, NOT the output of the amp. And the value will need to be determined experimentally, unless you do a Bode analysis of the circuit (in which case you can nail it the first time).
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