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Old 24th July 2003, 08:17 PM   #1
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Hi folks!

IŽd like to run the P3A with about 45-50V rails. Anyone tried this? What changes to be made? How many pairs of output-transistors to use (on 4 Ohm load)?

By just looking on the schematics I think it should work without changes, except for using at least 2 pairs of output-transistors (MJL21193/94) - but I might be wrong?!

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Old 24th July 2003, 08:45 PM   #2
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Rod answers this question on his forum here:

http://www.instantboard.com/users/ro...topic.php?t=41

Check it out.

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