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Old 30th August 2004, 03:44 AM   #1
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hey guys, i want to build an amp using Transistors... and dont know where to start, i mean i need an beginners tutorial or something like that will be great if can i get some nice Schematics too...


other question, my Yamaha Receiver use 2SA1695 and 2Sc4468

exist some other pair that work better?

well hope understand me,, i just dont know where to start
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