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Old 11th June 2011, 08:53 PM   #21
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Old 11th June 2011, 09:35 PM   #22
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Hi,
what about a name like The Dedicated Follower?
I like it, it could be TDF (maybe this mean something...)
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Very nice Vladimir
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Hey Vladimir,
Yes, I think RIFA's need more time to burn in (if they ever will). I can generate white noise from cool edit, but i think wife will kill me after 15 min
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I would kill myself even after 1min with 6V RMS at the output. Of course, I use a resistor load instead of speakers connected.
During such an experiment, you will be able to listen some slight electromechanical noise from the inside of your amp. After 20 hours, this noise becomes lower, almost vanishes. At this moment sound becomes clearn.

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Old 12th June 2011, 05:04 AM   #25
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Hi,
what about a name like The Dedicated Follower?
Hi, WuYit
I like you proposal, and would like to insert "shunt" somehow, maybe
The Shunt Dedicated Follower.
The shunt idea passes through all stages of the amp.
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Old 12th June 2011, 07:25 AM   #26
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Hi, WuYit
I like you proposal, and would like to insert "shunt" somehow, maybe
The Shunt Dedicated Follower.
The shunt idea passes through all stages of the amp.
I think You choose a good name.
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I would kill myself even after 1min with 6V RMS at the output. Of course, I use a resistor load instead of speakers connected.
During such an experiment, you will be able to listen some slight electromechanical noise from the inside of your amp. After 20 hours, this noise becomes lower, almost vanishes. At this moment sound becomes clearn.
Thanks, I also wanted to put the ressistors, i suppose they should be 8Ohms, what abt wattage?
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Thanks, I also wanted to put the ressistors, i suppose they should be 8Ohms, what abt wattage?
I would choose 4...6 Ohms resistors, maybe assembled from several ones, total wattage 20...50W. During the burning-in, we must produce large high-frequency currents through the circuit.
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I would choose 4...6 Ohms resistors, maybe assembled from several ones, total wattage 20...50W. During the burning-in, we must produce large high-frequency currents through the circuit.
I did like u said, and yes i can hear some noise inside the amp. What makes that noise?
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Old 12th June 2011, 11:35 AM   #30
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Vladimir, Im astonished of that noice I can hear from my amp???? Could I do the same thing to an push-pull design? I know there are no output caps there...Im confused.
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