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ihatesissycars 10th April 2012 01:02 PM

New user with sse questions.
 
Hello everyone,

I'm really interested in a simple se project but I'm completely new to building amplifiers.

Q1, Is the simple se a stereo amp?

Q2, Does it require a pre-amp?

Thankyou in advance

Osvaldo de Banfield 10th April 2012 01:57 PM

Single ended refers to only one active output device, in contrast with push-pull, where there are as minimum, two elements, and working in opposite phase, or a multiple (2, 4, 6, etc wired in parallel. They can be triodes, pentodes, bjt´s, FET´s, etc.

To make a stereo amplifier, you must do two sets the more equal between them, and amplify each channel, each amplifier.

Regards.

tubelab.com 10th April 2012 02:21 PM

Quote:

Is the simple se a stereo amp?
Yes it is.

Quote:

Does it require a pre-amp?
It can be driven directly from a CD player, DVD player, PC or an iPOD. You need a phono preamp to use a turntable.

ihatesissycars 10th April 2012 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tubelab.com (Post 2979919)
Yes it is.



It can be driven directly from a CD player, DVD player, PC or an iPOD. You need a phono preamp to use a turntable.

Perfect, thank you!!

kkcinc 11th April 2012 02:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ihatesissycars (Post 2979830)
Hello everyone,

I'm really interested in a simple se project but I'm completely new to building amplifiers.

Q1, Is the simple se a stereo amp?

Q2, Does it require a pre-amp?

Thankyou in advance

The SSE was my first amp build and it was a wopping success. If you follow the instructions exactly, it will work right out of the gate. I love it and have learned so much. You will love it too.


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