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Dx Blame ST, operating from 18 to 24 Volts (unloaded) - Class A
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Old 15th June 2010, 10:43 AM   #51
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Dx Blame ST, operating from 18 to 24 Volts (unloaded) - Class A
sparkle - try without inductors - in other words - without any kind of Pi filter ;

I didn't follow thread , but I think that somewhere I saw that you're using them.

big 39mF critters aren't critical regarding slowness , when you make final bypass with big motor runs .

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Zen Mod, thanks for participating here - my schematic is not exactly like the one you posted and it is not final - it is now a leftover from what had to be a class A amplifier... right now it is working in class AB and it will need to be retuned but i don't have time to do it unfortunately... also the inductors are a leftover from what was suposed to be a class A power supply... probably it would be better to remove them i agree... but, time is limited so it will also have to wait... Carlos also suggested some mods man, i would need a 48 hours day heheheheheheheh
anyway, i will return to the amplifier after a while to tune it better...

those 39kuF were really a problem - also in soem previous amps i made... they are really slow sounding - don't know why i put them here - they were bypassed with smaller caps and also some small Cerafines but it didn't help ... anyway, they are out now ... no need for them...
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