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Arif Budiyanto
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Jan 2011
Quote:
 Originally Posted by apexaudio What is voltage measurements on R11 and R27?
Ok I will measure this evening...
Many thanks before...

apexaudio
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Serbia
Quote:
 Originally Posted by Arif Budiyanto I have just got back for couple days out of town. Resistor Voltage Measurements conducted last night. Here there are, Supply was 40VAC/55VDC: R28 = 0,150V , R29 = 0,91V , R30 = 0,42V Thank you so much Best Regards...
R29 = 0,91V or 0,091V ?? What is voltage on P1 ( can be 0V - 0,4V)?
Vbe (BD139) = V(R29) + V(P1) = 0,55V.

 9th October 2012, 01:35 AM #853 Arif Budiyanto   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Jan 2011 Dear Mr. Mile S., R11=6,96V and R27=0,15V... What is P1, I am sorry for asking... I will measure R29 once again to ensure it's voltage.. also check Vbe voltage... Thank you so much...
apexaudio
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Serbia
Quote:
 Originally Posted by Arif Budiyanto Dear Mr. Mile S., R11=6,96V and R27=0,15V... What is P1, I am sorry for asking... I will measure R29 once again to ensure it's voltage.. also check Vbe voltage... Thank you so much...
Voltage on R11 must be 15V, replace R9 and R10 with 1k instead 2k2.

Arif Budiyanto
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Jan 2011
Quote:
 Originally Posted by apexaudio Voltage on R11 must be 15V, replace R9 and R10 with 1k instead 2k2.
Ok, I will buy resistors to replace R9 and R10...
Thank you so much
Best Regards...
Arif

borbon70
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: general santos city
Quote:
 Originally Posted by apexaudio Circuit can work with IRFP240/IRFP9240 (R30-10k, without C10,C11-100pF). Zobel network with 10R, 22nF and 4R7,10uH is on PSU pcb. MJE340/MJE350 must have heatsink (10mA), amp can work with +/-90V DC rail voltage with more outputs (R20,R21,R22,R23-100k instead 47k, R24-12k/1W instead 6k8).

What is ZOBEL NETWORK means sir? Sorry, i,m just a beginner in diy.

 30th October 2012, 11:22 AM #857 AndrewT   diyAudio Member   Join Date: Jul 2004 Location: Scottish Borders then move above beginner by doing your homework. __________________ regards Andrew T.
Arif Budiyanto
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Jan 2011
Quote:
 Originally Posted by apexaudio Voltage on R11 must be 15V, replace R9 and R10 with 1k instead 2k2.
Last night I used jumper instead of R10 (to make R9 and R10 = 2K2 both), measured zener diode 15v (D2) = 7,4 volt .
Measurement also conducted on zener diode 15v (D1) = 7,5 volt with R7 and R8 are still 2K2 each...Do D1 and D2 need to be replaced?
I measured the other SR200 channel, both of D1 and D2 are 15 volt..and I can set bias without problem...
Thank you so much
Best Regards..

apexaudio
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Serbia
Quote:
 Originally Posted by Arif Budiyanto Last night I used jumper instead of R10 (to make R9 and R10 = 2K2 both), measured zener diode 15v (D2) = 7,4 volt . Measurement also conducted on zener diode 15v (D1) = 7,5 volt with R7 and R8 are still 2K2 each...Do D1 and D2 need to be replaced? I measured the other SR200 channel, both of D1 and D2 are 15 volt..and I can set bias without problem... I need your advice... Thank you so much Best Regards..
Yes, you must have 15V on zeners.
Regards

Arif Budiyanto
diyAudio Member

Join Date: Jan 2011
Quote:
 Originally Posted by apexaudio Yes, you must have 15V on zeners. Regards
Mr. Mile S...
Absolutely right...
Last night I replaced those two zener diodes, install back 2k2 resistor and check the diodes...Finally I got 15Volt on those ones...Thank you so much..
For the first run I set 1V on R10 (instead of fuse)...
Dc offset measured at 24mv...it is a little bit high, isn't it?...But I have not test the sound yet, it was too late of night....
I will try to take pictures and post them in this forum...
Thank you so much Mr. Mile S. for sharing this SR200 design...
Best Regards...
Arif

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