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OnAudio 25th October 2011 02:51 AM

Combined Onaudio thread. (23 threads)
 
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Lets have a party :).

OnAudio 25th October 2011 04:36 PM

buffer
 
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One could use a buffer of their choice. However an opamp based buffer will also work out. Here attached is an opamp based buffer. Opamp choice is flexible. The fourier analysis is for +-1.2v output.

Nico Ras 25th October 2011 05:25 PM

I am intrigued, explain what made you do this.

OnAudio 26th October 2011 01:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Nico Ras (Post 2758206)
I am intrigued, explain what made you do this.

Well Nico, its a long story but this might help :)
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OnAudio 26th October 2011 03:13 AM

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Here is the integrated amplifier. THD is 0.02% 1Watt, 1Khz,4Ohm, the Fourier is attached. THD is at 0.07%, 295Watts, 1Khz, 2Ohm.

boyet0173 26th October 2011 08:13 AM

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Originally Posted by OnAudio (Post 2758740)
Here is the integrated amplifier. THD is 0.02% 1Watt, 1Khz,4Ohm, the Fourier is attached. THD is at 0.07%, 295Watts, 1Khz, 2Ohm.

Hi OnAudio,

It is working on actual? Thanks


Regards,
Boyet

OnAudio 26th October 2011 07:33 PM

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Originally Posted by boyet0173 (Post 2758891)
Hi OnAudio,

It is working on actual? Thanks


Regards,
Boyet

Hi Boyet,
It will indeed work as designed. What I have come up with is a formula for creating great sounding amplifiers (It will hopefully be published soon). I have used this formula against the best reviewed amplifiers and all checks out so far. What I need now are the ears of diyers like you to tell me whether I am right or wrong ;) .

boyet0173 27th October 2011 01:49 AM

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Originally Posted by OnAudio (Post 2759517)
Hi Boyet,
It will indeed work as designed. What I have come up with is a formula for creating great sounding amplifiers (It will hopefully be published soon). I have used this formula against the best reviewed amplifiers and all checks out so far. What I need now are the ears of diyers like you to tell me whether I am right or wrong ;) .

Hi OnAudio,

Thank you OnAudio for your reply..I have checked in our local store the availability of MJ11032 and I found it.. I'll wait for the final implementation.

Regards,
Boyet

dadod 27th October 2011 08:41 AM

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Originally Posted by OnAudio (Post 2759517)
Hi Boyet,
It will indeed work as designed. What I have come up with is a formula for creating great sounding amplifiers (It will hopefully be published soon). I have used this formula against the best reviewed amplifiers and all checks out so far. What I need now are the ears of diyers like you to tell me whether I am right or wrong ;) .

What formula, can you explain? What part of this amp creats great sounding amp?
dado

ilimzn 27th October 2011 02:11 PM

Someone needs to learn about BJT SOA... (295W into 2 ohms from a single pair of darlingtons with atrocious SOA... hm, hm.)


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