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Old 18th April 2003, 02:11 PM   #1
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Default Single device (BJT/FET?) amp?

Can anyone give me ideas or point me in the right direction for a Single device, i.e. either BJT or a MOSFET Class A amp?

Power around 10W into 8ohms.... So I am thinking of an idle current of around 3A...

input transfomers ok....

I know there are some Japanese designs out there that look interesting.


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Average power = V^2/(2R)
10W average into 8 ohms => 1.6A peak.
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