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Old 12th October 2013, 07:41 PM   #1081
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And I'm measure speaker output and speaker gnd.
Reading around 1XmV to 1mV. Is it normal ??
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Old 19th October 2013, 04:24 PM   #1082
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Old 19th October 2013, 05:34 PM   #1083
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Honey Badger don't give a darn..
He can take care of predators moving in on his audio turf.

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Old 20th October 2013, 01:28 AM   #1084
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And I'm measure speaker output and speaker gnd.
Reading around 1XmV to 1mV. Is it normal ??
That is normal ... as I said before R53/54 burn with no fuses ! Andrew T. suggested these and they have merit.
I do it different and just build up to the driver stage with 2 10R "sacrificial"
resistors on the rails before I go about "stuffin" outputs. Emitters of the drivers will be
+/- .6V with 2 68R's connected temporarily to the output coil.

NEVER a smoked output have I made (yoda speak ) .
To keep the Badgers "clean", consider "floating" R23
,27,32,33,36,37-41,50,53,54 slightly above the PCB or use "flameproof" devices.


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Old 20th October 2013, 01:37 AM   #1085
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i make it a practice to lift all resistors off the boards by at leas 1/16 inch in all my amplifier builds, more clearance for high powered ones....
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I make it a practice to lift all resistors off the boards by at leas 1/16 inch in all my amplifier builds, more clearance for high powered ones....
Best to keep "COOL". I also use 100R for R27 , this will set the VAS current source for 5+ mA (very cool).
This will not affect the compensation of the amp in any way. The Vbe resistor (R29-680R) will need to be changed to 560R to give
the same range for "Vbias" (R30).

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Old 28th October 2013, 08:32 PM   #1087
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I have a lot to read into this lot of info, maybe there is going to be one Honey Badger in

Puerto Rico soon

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Old 28th October 2013, 08:39 PM   #1088
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Good for you Juan. It is a nice sounding amp and nice boards.
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Old 29th October 2013, 11:15 AM   #1089
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OS I just need clarification as I am checking all the updates. In post 1036 page 104 you have the 12V zener and C6 going to earth G2.

On the original circuit diagram they go to R16. Am I missing something?

Can't wait for the new PCB's!
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OS I just need clarification as I am checking all the updates. In post 1036 page 104 you have the 12V zener and C6 going to earth G2.

On the original circuit diagram they go to R16. Am I missing something?

Can't wait for the new PCB's!
Yes ! The new PCB will have the C-Z jumper as default (Z goes to G2-small signal ground).
With the R , you could reference it to EITHER the "virtual" ground of the LTP (.7V - AKA "luxman way") or to the same hard ground as "Z".

Options will still be available but a "build it this way or die" is on the
screenprint (below).
Will be PMing Variac with this "final".

I just stuffed my boards (below 2), I know of NO lead space or hole issues.
Still need parts , not too economically secure. More E-waste !
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