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Old 30th June 2003, 06:01 AM   #1
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Default what can i do with these?

here are what they are labeled
(trying to keep it close in position)

ST 9727
tip36c
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morocco

4 of em and one of these


ST 9731
tip35c
morocco

sorry for what im sure is such an elementary question to you fellaz

im still learning, thanx
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Old 30th June 2003, 06:44 AM   #2
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Hi,

they are TIP35C/36C. 100V/25A/125W/3MHz. They are equal to BD249C/250C, the good old output devices. There are lot of DIY amplifier built with this devices.
Try to get some 35C, and You can build 120W/4ohm amplifier with 2pairs of them.

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Old 30th June 2003, 06:50 AM   #3
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well currently i have 4 of the tip36c
how much power can i get out of them?
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Old 30th June 2003, 06:52 AM   #4
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oh btw they are out of an old hifonics car audio amp
where some idiot cracked the pcb (so i think they are still good)
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Old 30th June 2003, 07:17 AM   #5
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Originally posted by kaukasion
well currently i have 4 of the tip36c
how much power can i get out of them?

The 36C is PNP type. The possibilities:
1, Build some class "A" follower. They are good for some 10-15W, with heavy heatsinks
2, Build quasy complementary output stage with them. (Note PNP types for quasy complementary design not common, so not easy to find some schematics). You can get some 40-50W 8ohm, and 90-100W 4ohms. More is possible but not safe to use only two output devices.

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Old 30th June 2003, 07:53 AM   #6
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oh lol i will dig through more of my "scrap pile"
to see what i can scrape up
ive been wanting to do something
my solder has been unused in quite some time
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Old 22nd November 2003, 08:08 PM   #7
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Hi just sub out the 2n6109's with your tip36c's and it should work alright, get you 40~50 watts or so.

I desinged this amp, but it is more or less standard fair. You may also need to replace r18 with a pot to adjust the dc ofset at the output, and r13 and r12 are actually just a 10k pot. You could use some higher power pre-drivers to run tip36's q22 and q24, you could even use the other 2 tip36's but it be a bit over-kill. Sorry, you will have to gather some other parts if you decide to build this.

Their are many improvements that could be made but it's cheap and easy to build in it's current state.

http://www.easyamp.com/Schematic/pnpamp.gif

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