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Old 17th November 2005, 01:30 AM   #1
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Default Any software out there for taking the headache out of composite loadlines?

I have seen some of the Glassware programs, but am truthfully unwilling to shell out $40 on my meager musician's budget.

My life would be greatly simplified by a little proggie or spreadsheet that would assist in designing push pull output stages. I can't bear the headache of composite lines for AB stages and whatnot, grrr...

I have seen several little DOS proggies for SE amps, but truthfully, SE in class A... you can eyeball charts and get in the right ballpark there.

Does anyone know where one is posted? Thanx.
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