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Regulated Power Supply. Bipolar, JFET or MOS?

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It is trendy in these days to build a high voltage and low current regulated power supply for tube amplifer with solid devices. Actually we have many options at hand when choosing the main regulating device, an IC, a bipolar, a JFET or a MOS. Let's factor IC out. If you want to build such a regulated power supply, which active device you prefer to use as the main regulating device, Bipolar, JFET or MOS?

Any hint will be highly appreciated.
 
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It is trendy in these days to build a high voltage and low current regulated power supply for tube amplifer with solid devices. Actually we have many options at hand when choosing the main regulating device, an IC, a bipolar, a JFET or a MOS. Let's factor IC out. If you want to build such a regulated power supply, which active device you prefer to use as the main regulating device, Bipolar, JFET or MOS?


Do you mean something like this? http://audio.ring.lt/pw36/36_e.html
 
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