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Old 16th January 2004, 04:12 PM   #41
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Default Re: your JLH Amp

The heatsinks I'll be using are 0.25 C/W, I mailed Geoff about this, to ask if that would be good enough for 1 channel (amp + pcb MJ15003's) and he said it would most probably be ok.

I will use a soft start circuit together with an output protection circuit.

As for the JLH headphone PCB, I don't know yet. I wanted to try the pure class A headphone amp (http://headwize2.powerpill.org/proje...lmore3_prj.htm) by Kevin Gilmore, however, I still have to search a bit.
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