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Old 28th May 2004, 02:51 AM   #21
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Default Re: I was visiting old threads.

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Originally posted by destroyer X
I think it is not to me, but no problem, i normally read all forum and all threads... so, when someone writes something... it is to me too.

Thank you Andy to say my name.

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I will simulate this amplifiers and i will give you some results.

Maybe you already constructed it... tell me some.

When complicated this way, normally explode (Yes!.. thats i am seeing often)

But it is very interesting unit.... working, will be very good.

Oops, I forgot to quote you so my post was confusing. It was the second quote above I was responding to, but I didn't make that clear at all. From the above, it sounded like you wanted to build the amp. I just wanted to mention that big improvements could be made to the current limiting by adding only two resistors. And if you'd like the article on current limiting, I'd be glad to send it to you. I don't think attachments can be sent directly from the forum, but if you send an email I can reply with the attachment.
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