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Old 3rd December 2006, 09:46 PM   #1
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Is there anybody how have the elektors article about the mini Crescendo or the 250W Crescendo (swedish or english)? I have found some old 2sj50/2sk135 HITACHI MOSFET transistors I would like to use in a crescendo project.
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Is there anybody how have the elektors article about the mini Crescendo or the 250W Crescendo (swedish or english)? I have found some old 2sj50/2sk135 HITACHI MOSFET transistors I would like to use in a crescendo project.

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I know I have it somewhere, but haven´t seen it in many years so unfortunately I cannot help you out.
Don´t know about the Mini but the big one has a reputation of being nothing but a big expensive power oscillator, so perhaps you can find something better to build with those Fets.
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Hi carlhemm,

Is not this:http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...818#post536818 the "mini".
I also have the magazine somewhere if you want the article.
I shall have a look.

Edit: Found the Swedish article (Allt om elektronik 7/84).
Mail me and and i scan some pdf's to you tomorrow.
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Old 4th December 2006, 03:44 PM   #5
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Hi Anders,
No, that's the big one (2 2sj50/2sk135).

It would be great if you could scan the article. However, I can't get your email adress yet. I'm new here so my account is still under moderation. Otherwise, my email is cah@ifm.liu.se.

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carlhemm,

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No, that's the big one (2 2sj50/2sk135).
I pointed to post #52 witch is the AXL based on "mini" but with lower rails and biased in class A.

You have mail carlhemm.
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Old 4th December 2006, 05:37 PM   #7
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Hej Anders,

Many thanks for the mini-crescendo article.

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