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Old 31st August 2002, 05:45 PM   #41
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>Ok, I will do that.
>It doesn't get warmer than it used to.

Bias (Quiescent current) is OK.

>Would you consider the latest DC offset voltages as within a >safe margin to run this amp on a daily basis with my speakers?

472mV is a bit high. Less than 100mV would be better. If I had
really expensive speakers I think I would not use the amp.
I would try and find a way to get rid off some more offset.

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