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Old 8th September 2004, 01:10 AM   #21
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Has anybody ever used that circuit yet?

I want to, but with the lm3875 for much more power, but is the sound comparable to a normal 200W amp (when using the 2030)

I want to use it as a subamp, and was told I would get a good 400W using a 3875 and mj15003/4 transistors.

Would that be a good choice for my amp?
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