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Old 15th June 2003, 08:08 PM   #1
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I want to build a fairly powerfull car audio amp (200W+). Problem is I don't want to use a SMPS. The obvious(?) answer would be bridging the output stages of several amps, and possibly parralleling more transistors in each output in order to cope with the high currents.
Does anyone have a schematic that even resembles what i've just described ? If not, where should I look for ideas ?
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Old 15th June 2003, 11:02 PM   #2
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Strange, I did reply to your post but nothing seems to have

Anyway, if you do not insist on a discrete solution, you can
find one here

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