|14th October 2004, 08:41 PM||#51|
Join Date: Oct 2004
I've made it easier !!!
In my design I use an conventional emitter follower for output.
This works convetionally in the positive half. On the negative
half the PNP mirrors the load impedance, ie changes its sign.
The upper part NPN, sees the load as a constant current sink
connected to the VEE. Therefore the NPN side continuous to
control the load, that is not 8ohm or what ever but that current
sink connected to VEE. Simple as hell and it works, I'm listening
to it right now. The cirquit is stable as hell. nice bandwith and all.
Golden ears say it sounds class-A, and some say it to pure, LINN people. I would be glad to hearing from other experimentists.
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