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Old 11th November 2006, 06:54 AM   #1
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300 Watts output with only two pairs of output devices
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the first TIP29 NPN and MJ15004 PNP ?

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Old 11th November 2006, 07:47 AM   #7
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That's the TA-3600 KIT.
It's like Phase Linear 700/II.

On the margin: TIP29C/30C and BD245C/250C - these are only 100V Vceo devices!

And hey, in the input 470p and 10k gives only 34kHz.

In the feedback: 270 and 33u, that's 18Hz... Not much...

This amp's bandwith is a tragedy, i think!

And 2 pair of MJ15003 isn't much for 350W/4ohm, at 45 or 60 phase angle. See SOA!
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"And 2 pair of MJ15003 isn't much for 350W/4ohm, at 45 or 60 phase angle. See SOA!"

Vceo(sus) is only 140V, inadequate for the 75V rails (not to mention the SOA folding back above 40V).

Three pair of MJ15024, suitable drivers and predrivers, copy the PL schematic, and it will work.
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MJ15003/4 Uce max 140 V ...
this sch +-75V ?!?!?!?!?
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Please note that with regard to SOA, second breakdown and phase angle you need at least 6 pairs of output devices (Vce 250V) to avoid danger
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