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Old 29th March 2004, 10:04 AM   #1
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Default Experiments with an ATX power supply

Nothing new here but I've been playing with single ended class A power amps along the lines of the Nelson Pass Zen stuff. I made a version using bipolar transistors and a modified ATX power supply details here: http://www.mthain.dsl.pipex.com/mickey.html
It shouldn't sound any good I know, but I'm still listening to it almost two months later.

Anyway, have a look/laugh and see what you think. Any ideas on how to improve it would be most welcome.
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