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Old 30th July 2011, 05:33 AM   #1
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Default Medium power mosfet amp

Heres a little side project i've started, a stereo medium power mosfet amp using IRF540 and IRF9540.

This time im not aiming for low THD and hifi audio, but rather just taking a sidetrack from my mainstream audio stuff.

And i wanna use this heatsink tunnel for something other than a npn/n-channel amp.

Anyways enough talking, heres the approximate circuit im gonna use, the values may not be 100% correct as i dont remember what is on the old modules im gonna use since its several months since i built them. However these values gives a pretty good performance in simulation.

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