100W Ultimate Fidelity Amplifier

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No, send a PM to vicnic and request one. He sells them fully assembled and tested. They look like this:

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I use 4x 9v batteries in series to get clean low noise 36v supply.

I also have the Akitika and it’s nice too. Cones with a case but you have to assemble it (very easy to build).

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SoundsGreat, your PCB looks good. I always try to make the protection on a separate board, place it on the output terminals. Since any inductor has the property of emitting and interfering with neighboring parts, I also put this coil on the protection circuit board.
 

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Thank you very much for the same:), Really appreciate it.

If you could also please take a look at my draft & post your valuable feedback it'll be great.

Sreekanth, your layout looks very nice and compact. Did not check for correctness etc - will
leave that to the experts.
However, I am wondering how you would plan to mount the R33s - would they float a bit ?
In your layout, the R33s pass over the pads of the output transistors.
 
SoundsGreat, your PCB looks good. I always try to make the protection on a separate board, place it on the output terminals. Since any inductor has the property of emitting and interfering with neighboring parts, I also put this coil on the protection circuit board.

Thanks again, Yes seems like good idea. But for me in this case might not workout as Am planning to use this for subwoofer plateamp,So don't have the terminals and such.

Sreekanth, your layout looks very nice and compact. Did not check for correctness etc - will
leave that to the experts.
However, I am wondering how you would plan to mount the R33s - would they float a bit ?
In your layout, the R33s pass over the pads of the output transistors.
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If you could check that'd be great too as no expert has stepped in to do it till now.

As with the resistors, They are given little oversized footprint just to make sure I can accommodate the big resistors (some of the local ones are) so shouldn't matter much but in case if it does then yes lift it a bit and solder.

Thanks again to you, yurik, and others who bothered to take time to respond.
 
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P30ZF left channel test

Same result than the Right channel..Prefect.
Now time to plug all the boards for the reel test. The last Picture with channel R and L 150 mV 1kz Input, Vol Pot Maximum
 

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