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Old 25th January 2005, 03:50 PM   #1
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Default Wml Bias Problem

I've Built WML Superamp with Q17-16-26-27 Mje 340-350 as drivers and 've used bias diodes 1N 4007.Icould'nt set itto 120 mA.I only measured between 18-26 mAmps.Then I Set it to3,4 volts like Low Tim Amp.But still I Couldn't Measured More Than26 mA.
But It Worked anyway without distortion without too much heat,The Q27-26 were warm Q17-16 were cold ,the Q24-25 were quite warm.And I've used the Amp with only 4 output transistors,normally I should Use it with 8 transistors for 8 ohm load.
*Can I use the amp with 4 ohm with 12 output transistors or 16 transistors .
*And the Mje 340-350's are only 20W 0,5 A. Are they enough to drive 4 Pairs of mj15003-4.Should I add parallel Drivers .
*And What Advice Me More About Wml.
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