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vicelord 7th July 2006 10:04 PM

i used the search button and tried to find this amplifier but i couldn't find it

In my country this amplifier is used by allot of ussers

This design is similar to Mrs Hulton but not identical

What do you think about this amplifier???

i dont know why i can't atach a file because iti is only 224kb

Sorry for my bad englisch but i hope you will understand

flg 7th July 2006 10:50 PM

vicelord, Are you talking about the "In Phase IPA400" 400W auto stereo amp??? I did an www search and that is all I saw???

vicelord 8th July 2006 12:30 AM

this is what i was talking about i didn't find other place to upload it if iou can please upload it in here

ViceLord send his regards

flg 8th July 2006 01:47 AM

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O.K. I could get it... Lets see... I guess the non Horton schezmo???

flg 8th July 2006 01:53 AM

I'm in a rush to get somewhere at the moment but, Is this a class AB or B or??? Just that, 70Volts on those 240s must mean realatively low bias current... those transistors seem to work very well up around 2A or so, but not at 70Volts!
I will take a look later... I have my own prototype to play with this weekend but I'll squeeze in some time...:smash: :smash: :smash:

vicelord 8th July 2006 07:25 AM

Hello the class of this amplifier si AB

The producer recomands to use only +/-70volts but you could use more than that for highter currents output

ViceLord send his regards

vicelord 11th July 2006 10:50 PM

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thoes are some photos of my finished ipa400
today i should pick up a peavey cs400 to use as a box


vicelord 11th July 2006 10:51 PM

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and this is the pcb
i see that i can upload things now

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