Mosfet v transistors

Mahendra,
Asking whether MOSFETs or bipolars sound better is likely to start a riot. As of a moment ago, I saw that Geoff was online...I expect that he'll post in favor of bipolars. Me? I've got bipolars, MOFETs, JFETs, and tubes, all coexisting happily in the same system.
That said, I suspect that the circuit is more-or-less optimized for the output devices you've got. You can substitute within reason, but may need to tweak the amp to take care of oscillations, etc. It's not going to be a good idea to simply drop in MOSFETs without being prepared to revise the rest of the circuit.

Grey
 
Hi Palesha,

If memory serve me correctly, those 100W amps are of quite an old design, although DSE has had considerable success with them. They have an odd output stage, and I wouldn't simply substitute in Mosfets.
If you have already brought the kit, then use the power transistors supplied, they will more than adequetely suffice. Otherwise, DSE, and other australian kit makers have other much more modern (and mosfet based) designs.

Cheers, Adrian
 
Uh oh, Walker. Paulb just included a link to this thread in a post on one of my threads, and I saw about that 1400W IGBT. Even if he hadn't, I frequently read the threads, so I would have found out. Anyway, a long time ago, long before I found DIYaudio.com (ah, those were the days for you guys, weren't they? :) ), I wanted to use IGBTs for my infamous big amp, but I was never able to find a P-channel one that was as massive as some of those N-channel jobs. I also found that IGBTs are not cost-effective for amps, at least not what I found. I even found a bipolar that was rated 2400W, but only NPN, there is no compliment. Power-Tech makes these for the military. I then decided on using lots of ordinary bipolars (or now, I plan on using MOSFETS).