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Old 3rd February 2003, 05:11 AM   #61
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Well...it depends on what load you're measuring the power in If it happens to be that 100k that you just disconnected, obviously, the amp must be delivering less power!

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Old 3rd February 2003, 03:29 PM   #62
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WHOOPS!!!! You know something!! You are absolutely right!
DOH!
...The Bottlehead amps do indeed have a grid resistor to ground. I stand corrected.
Uh huh... now, can we finally put this to rest?


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Just for THAT sssssnide remark.... I WONT stop it!


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Old 5th February 2003, 04:25 AM   #64
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Hmmm.

Circlotron, get yer *** in here and stop this thread!!!

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Old 5th February 2003, 06:16 AM   #65
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And what is wrong with DC NFB and voltage regulated fixed bias? Depending solely on component (tube or transistor)characteristics, quality of capacitors and resistors would be bad engineering... IMHO.

NFB and fixed bias should make an amp more stable, and the output more true to the input... again IMHO.

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