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Esperado 5th September 2011 02:13 AM

Did someone had tested this current feedback power amp ?
 
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-X-DELUXE...item230a47af0e

Esperado 5th September 2011 12:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Esperado (Post 2698024)

Or did someone can-give a link to a very good current feedback kit ? With a preference for Fet (MOS or IGBT) power transistors.

I'm on the way to get my enclosures active, and i want to replace my actual beloved Mark Alexander amp with a kit for the treble horns above 1000 hz.

Nico Ras 5th September 2011 04:35 PM

Read the SSA thread of Lazy Cat, it is developing into something really special.

Esperado 5th September 2011 04:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Nico Ras (Post 2698735)
Read the SSA thread of Lazy Cat, it is developing into something really special.

Thanks, Nico.
Indeed, i had seen that. But i'm kind a lazy, and wanted a (fast and easy) kit.
I could use my actual circuits witch are better than the SSA (because SS was not required): it use a Op AMP as fet input circuit (better thermal balance and less impairment), an other Op Amp as a DC servo, so no condenser needed at the input.
But i would prefer to keep my actual amp as it., and start with a brand new stuff.
By the way, the kit i'm refering-to on ebay looks kite similar to the Lazy Cat's one, sad it use bipolars for the output.


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