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PTSOUNDLAB 12th October 2003 10:37 PM

300W 8ohms mosfet amplifier for sub schematic ?

does somebody know a good 250-300W in 8 ohms mosfet amplifier for subwoofer and where to find schematic for DIY ?

Thank you.


Mattyo5 13th October 2003 02:13 AM project 68


i just build aussieamplifiers symmetrical 400's amps, and they are 200 into 8 ohms and 400 into 4.....bass is terrific! effortless for sure and VERY tight and VERY punchy and VERY articulate. You might be able to increase the rail voltage slightly, if you have more outputs, like 12 per channel rather than 8...and better driver transistors, such as mje15032 and 15033 ...i've used them w/ great sucess w/ 68v rails. If you try 75v or might get a little more punch into 8 ohms and less into 4...but i personnally think 200 watts is a lot. 250 is about .5-1 db greater...and 300 is about 1.5 db greater than 200. Go w/ recommended rail voltage...70v. Later!

-Matthew K. Olson

FocusST225 26th July 2012 07:40 PM

Search for "quasi" on this site. He has a great amplifier design and it sound awesome. I built the 500w version (10 x N-channel Mosfets per amplifier channel) Easy to build and and very reliable.

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