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Old 25th May 2003, 05:48 PM   #1
nbcd is offline nbcd  Romania
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hi all
does any of you build an amplifier that needs a power souply with 2*37V .I had an old russian sound station but the PCB are very dammaged and i need to replace them.I still want to use the transformer(2*24) , the bridge,the aluminium coolers and the final power tranzistors-those are KT818 and KT819 complementary(they are equivalent almost to 2N3055 but a little more powerful that's why i want to keep them.
So if you done any of you such a project and is working please email me the layout and the schematic.
thanks guys


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