I confess to having mixed feelings about it, myself: Disgust and Revulsion.
Hangin's too good for some folks. Stake 'em to the ground, cover 'em with honey...and pour round 'bout a pound of fire ants on 'em.
Thanks for the hint Nelson. I will probably build one in the future, so I will keep that in mind.
I was playing with a variation tonight in PSPICE using a matched dual JFET (LSK389C) and bipolar units. The vas gain device being a sziklai pair to keep the JFET at a lower current then alot. It looks fun and I have the parts to build it, so I may do that after I find a tap to tap my heatsinks to mount the transistors to.
actually, the real reason his masslessness took the schematics off is to force the flock to cling to their keyboard as not to Pass-out on time window schematics.
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Bear in mind that fire ants (Solenopsis invicta) are about one millimeter long and weight about as much as a mote of dust. Trust me, a pound (being somewhere in the vicinity of 450 grams) would be hundreds of thousands of critters. It only takes one to ruin your day. A pound would be well above LD 50.
Perhaps I missed something, but if R87 represents the load, you're gonna have a bunch of DC to contend with.
J6's Gate is defined to ground potential. J7's Gate will see some arbitrary DC potential around +7.5V (assuming that the rail is split in half for optimum voltage swing). Were you, perhaps, intending that the speaker should attach to the negative rail instead of ground?