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Old 17th January 2006, 11:44 AM   #1
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Talking no dc passing the opt

Hello everyone,for the following schematic,is the 3.5k impendance too small for the 845?and what's the use of the 20H connect with the V+ and the plate of the 845? i thing the output power is nearly 15Watts,is that right? thanks !
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If you have to ask this, you shouldn't be handling 820V circuits with expensive parts. Best start on something less ambitious, then work your way up.
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