|7th August 2014, 07:50 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Karalee, Queensland
Output Amplifier for Ribbon Loudspeakers
I have Part 2 (December 1992) part of this amplifier article. This amplifier has an output power of 110 watts into 0.4 ohms. That is right, 0.4 ohms.
I am after Part 1 (November 1992) article. If you have it, can you please scan it for me and send it to me.
Also, at the end of the Part 2 article, T. Giesberts talks about a modified version of this amplifier that is suitable for use with 4 to 8 ohm speakers. Was this article published and if so, when was it published in Elektor Electronics.
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