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Old 12th August 2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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Default NFB, how to implement here?

My 6L6 push pull amplifier is in need of some help in the low frequencies. Because gain is more than enough I was thinking of the implementation of negative feedback.

I don't recall the origin of the fase splitter (see below) but I'm scratching my head how to implement. The output transformer has a 500 ohm tab (besides 4, 8 and 16 ohm) which could be fed back over a resistor to the kathode of V1. Any suggestions?

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