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Old 15th February 2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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how to make a good solid state integrated with good power and make good music. doesn't run hot and small in size. best is with high current and high power capability.
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Old 16th February 2011, 01:47 AM   #2
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Hi, Transistors have been around for 50 years or so.Well there is currently
the class D switching amps or some other linear types of topologies.But
ultimately people will fall back to the excuse that humans have different
tastes so it is pointless to debate further.( to keep the peace).

Best advice I can offer is to learn what science attemps to unite
various theories to explain how things or life/universe work with what
is known as the "Unified field theory". It is interesting I can assure you
and that means you have to do your homeork.

PS if you know why an apple falls to the ground then you have a lead to
somewhere.Does science know? What causes gravity?....

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Old 28th February 2011, 09:39 PM   #3
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Hi, Transistors have been around for 50 years or so.Well there is currently
the class D switching amps or some other linear types of topologies.But
ultimately people will fall back to the excuse that humans have different
tastes so it is pointless to debate further.( to keep the peace).

Best advice I can offer is to learn what science attemps to unite
various theories to explain how things or life/universe work with what
is known as the "Unified field theory". It is interesting I can assure you
and that means you have to do your homeork.

PS if you know why an apple falls to the ground then you have a lead to
somewhere.Does science know? What causes gravity?....
how to jump start into making a solid state amplifier w/o digging too much theory. I learn better / faster by doing hands-on work..
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Old 28th February 2011, 10:14 PM   #4
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If I wanted to build an integrated amp, as straightforward as possible, I would use LM3886 x 2 or similar for the power amp and a PGA2310 for the preamp/volume control. PGA2310 is microprocessor controlled, but I know micros.

You could look at Rod Elliotts site:- Elliott Sound Products - The Audio Pages (Main Index), he has several amp and preamp circuits and PCBs available.

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