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richt 1st February 2002 06:04 AM

best schematics for single ended & push-pull
 
hi folks

i am looking for best single ended & push pull designs in
schematics.

help ?
where i can find?

thank you
richt

Eric 1st February 2002 05:28 PM

Plenty of reading materials at Andrea Ciuffoli's web page, a well recognized and respected designer:

http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/8231/

GRollins 1st February 2002 06:55 PM

Try also:
www.machmat.com
www.triodeelectronics.com

Grey

dice45 2nd February 2002 12:53 AM

Try also:



http://home.t-online.de/home/MHuber/
http://home.earthlink.net/~ellenoler/audio.html

planet10 6th February 2002 05:30 AM

Re: best schematics for single ended & push-pull
 
Quote:

Originally posted by richt
push pull designs in
schematics.

No quest for PP amps would be complete without looking at the PP-1C Power Amp
near the bottom of this page http://www.vacuumstate.com/schematics.htm .

This is the amp of Allen Wright's that Bernhard mentioned somewhere in another thread.

As far schematics go there are a LOT of them out on the www. I compiled a link list of solid state designs for my web-site, but for every amp on that list i bet there are at least 20, probably more, tube amps.

dave

Thatch_Ear 6th February 2002 07:26 AM

Go to <http://www.hwsams.com> and order a catalog. They sell service portfolios for most brands sold in the states. For instance you could order a copy of the Marantz 8B and get a schematic, photos, parts list and voltage and resistance readings. The library here in Dallas has most of the Sams Photofacts in the stacks and I can get them pulled and photo copy them. Lots of designs were really good only done on a large scale using cheap parts. There are lots of RCA, Magnavox etc SE designs worth making. Some of those old consoles had nice stuff in them but made with cheap caps and transformers. Good schematics though. Luck!

Brett 6th February 2002 11:49 AM

PP designs
 
The two best PP designs I have seen are,

The <a href="http://www.vacuumstate.com/images/PP-1C_a.gif">PP-1C</a> by Allen Wright (<a href="http://www.vacuumstate.com/images/PP-1C_b.gif">PSU here</a>),
and,
the <a href="http://www.aloha-audio.com/triode1.html">Amity</a> by Lynn Olsen. However this is NOT a beginner's project. There is a lot of detail in a seemingly simple design.

Dunno much about SETs. I've yet to find one I like, but YMMV.

Cheers

planet10 6th February 2002 03:47 PM

Re: PP designs
 
A site with many maps http://www.machmat.com/

dave

filippo22 7th February 2002 06:39 PM

please visit also

www.audiofanatic.it

ciao
Filippo
www.audiofanatic.it

p31r 22nd February 2002 06:56 PM

try this
 
hello people,

1. there is many theory for right design
www.tubecad.com

2. there is a DIY directheat tubes, find the good tips
www.vt52.com

3. and you should see this "sakuma amplifier"
with the odd of his design then result in a best amp in his
mind, find it by search engine,

tell me your opinion about those three above


i'm waiting


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