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Old 27th December 2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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Hi
Still got this "MOSTUBE" amp.(2*250W )
(Danish version of the NYAL Moscode-Luxman LV-103-....)
I build it from a danish kit,(Brinch BR 398) allmost 30 years ago..
Used it for a month or two,nice clear sound,VERY powerfull but a bit of "rubber" in the bass.
But its a complete overbuild,without a softstart it will blow the wall outlet 10A fuse.
I got no use for it now,but theres some nice components in it.

Powersupply:
2 . tranformer 220/2*50V-5A
1-------------- 220/220-0.37A/24V-1,8A/7,5V-2A
The 4 10000uF/100V. beercan size electrolytes are proberly dryed out now.
2 120A bridge rectifier
A hivoltage DC-regulator board.220VAC to 240VDC

Amp:
2 PCB
2 ECC 88
2 EV 21
2 Mosfet K135
2 Mosfet J50

Mecanics:
2 coolingfinns 200*170*50 MM.
2 cooling-angles
4 10*50MM. Silver banana speaker connectors.
Mounting plate: 19"*25", 5MM ALU.No enclosure.


Any suggestions to make something usefull out of these parts ?

EX.:I would like a powerfull amplifier for a subwoofer-system.(stereo)
Class a amp longing for +-70V ?
Maybe a small class a tube amp.?

Jan
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