Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Pleasant Hill, CA
Originally Posted by regiregi22
I am just about to start building this amplifier. The circuit calls for using pairs of resistors in opposite polarities (If we could call it polarity being a resistor), from what I've read that may reduce/cancel inductance. I have never done that in any of my previous amplifier designs, and neither seems to be a common practice. Is that really necessary or did the designer done that the same way he could have used silver wire or isolation feet?
Does it really make a difference to make it worth it to implement that way?
PP2012 - KT88 Hi-End Push Pull Amplifier
I don't see anything extreme-higend in this amp. -40 dB of 3'rd harmonic plus grass of higher order harmonics, unreliable solder joints; can decreasing inductance that starts acting at tens of megaherts help? I don't think so.
If I disappear suddenly, that means I finally created a time machine and pushed wrong button that brought me to Stalin's Russia. In any experiment any result is the result. Even if it is negative.