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Old 2nd August 2001, 03:46 PM   #1
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Here's another X-type amp. Have you guys seen this? It's been around for a while. I looked at it again today. Looks simple enough. Any comments?

http://home.c2i.net/semfielec/mosfetamp.htm
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Default Build the x-type amp?

What is the current state of the amp. . . .in use?
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I forgot about that one... Never built it myself.
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That would not be an X amp in that it does not have a
feedback loop. It's reasonable to imagine that it works
very well.

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Well what?

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The name is mis-leading: "Yet another SE amp".
pair of SE amps bridged actually work as a PP amp.
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Originally posted by Nelson Pass
It's reasonable to imagine that it works very well.
works well?
why?
what indications you have for this?
or you have not any?
just guessing, are we?
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Old 17th September 2008, 08:58 PM   #9
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just guessing, are we?


Can't slip anything past you...that's pretty much what imagine means.

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