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Old 3rd January 2013, 04:40 PM   #631
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Originally Posted by Idefixes View Post
In order to power a subwoofer i planed, after been fully pleased with BOQ, to use Artck with +/-70Vdc rail and 8xIRFP450 unit in output stage. I redrawn Quasi borad for MPC071 resistor use in output stage and put DC protection relay on board. Next stap after one more checking will be board etching.

Pretty nice - I may follow your footsteps...

I hope all goes well with your project.

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Old 4th January 2013, 09:05 PM   #632
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Hey. I'm from Slovakia and I do not know English. I use only Google translator. I want to ask whether the author NMOS350 by Quazi. I built one piece of editing and I'd send it over. Involvement and the measurement. If so, I will ask you if you're an author, write me a mail at maduda.radoslav @

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