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Old 3rd May 2010, 02:44 PM   #501
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does that mean, adding more output trannies would increase h900's power output up to such 1200w???... ...
No, not into the same loads - you'll need to increase the rail voltages to increase the power.

Running lower impedance loads (not recommended) you would have increased power output.
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Old 3rd May 2010, 02:53 PM   #502
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No, not into the same loads - you'll need to increase the rail voltages to increase the power.

Running lower impedance loads (not recommended) you would have increased power output.
I agree with expirience diyer, I have 2500W amp, but this amp is not for first diy,
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Old 3rd May 2010, 03:00 PM   #503
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I will post schematic for PSU and protect soon.
Full power of this amplifier is not 900W. Power with THD 0,5% is 1200W on 4R load, and 1800W on 2R load. Output transistor must be MJL4281A/MJL4302A for maximum power. For step mosfet use IRF2807. MJL21193/MJL21194 can be used for full power on 4R load.
Transformer minimum 1500VA for one channel 4X40V AC + 2X20V for protection circuit. 2X35A bridge and 8X10000uF/63V for PSU... are you still interesting to build this amplifier?
mjl4281a are 350v 230w 15a
mjl21193 250v 200w 16a
how about mj15003 250w 140v 20a
and mj15024 250v 250w 16a
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Old 3rd May 2010, 03:06 PM   #504
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mjl4281a are 350v 230w 15a
mjl21193 250v 200w 16a
how about mj15003 250w 140v 20a
and mj15024 250v 250w 16a
MJ15024/MJ15025 can be used (crown), MJL21193/MJL21194 also.
MJ15003/MJ15004 can be used only for B500 (B250) with +/-65VDC rail voltage.
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Old 3rd May 2010, 03:13 PM   #505
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MJ15024/MJ15025 can be used (crown), MJL21193/MJL21194 also.
MJ15003/MJ15004 can be used only for B500 (B250) with +/-65VDC rail voltage.
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mjl4281a are hard to find locally
but mj15025 are already available maybe i'll go for mj15025 next time
250w 250v
what is psu specs for mj15025
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Old 3rd May 2010, 03:17 PM   #506
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mjl4281a are hard to find locally
but mj15025 are already available maybe i'll go for mj15025 next time
250w 250v
No need for MJL4281A, I use it only with higer rail voltage for increase power on 8R load,
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Old 3rd May 2010, 03:31 PM   #507
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many people making money of assemblying then selling like what you called "monster amp" thats not new here in our place,i'm saying this because i'm one of their victim
they build me monster amp and i pay them,i still remember as they say i will build you a thousand watts amp,he he he.that's the reason why i dig to much of this knowledge and because i'm a victim of people who take advantage to those who knew very little in this field.i'm verry thankful to all the people specially APEX for sharing their knowledge and experience in this field,and support
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Old 3rd May 2010, 08:44 PM   #508
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many people making money of assemblying then selling like what you called "monster amp" thats not new here in our place,i'm saying this because i'm one of their victim
they build me monster amp and i pay them,i still remember as they say i will build you a thousand watts amp,he he he.that's the reason why i dig to much of this knowledge and because i'm a victim of people who take advantage to those who knew very little in this field.i'm verry thankful to all the people specially APEX for sharing their knowledge and experience in this field,and support
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Not this "monsters" I mean schematics on the net, but expirience is not for free,
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Old 3rd May 2010, 11:42 PM   #509
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for clarification
i did not mean your design,
and experience,i can thank them for they fool me once,but because of them i gained experience building my owned stuff,with the help of the community
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Old 4th May 2010, 09:38 AM   #510
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for clarification
i did not mean your design,
and experience,i can thank them for they fool me once,but because of them i gained experience building my owned stuff,with the help of the community
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It's clear, I mean "monsters" from your post,
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