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Old 17th September 2020, 08:38 PM   #831
zygibajt is offline zygibajt  Poland
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Halo guys,

I have built few Alephs in the past but have had some brake from DIY. I have bought a set of PCBs from DIY Audio store for AJ. Just to double confirm, the schematics from the beginning of the post use pots for bias, offset etc.. but I just want to build it as original and have it at hand as one of the amps I use depending on the speakers, can I simply use this schematics? I would use pairs of J74s 7-8mA matched. Obviously IRFP240 matched also. I mainly mean the resistors values, is it actual valid schematic of original?

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Thanks in advance

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Old 17th September 2020, 08:41 PM   #832
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Yes. Of course.



EDIT: I would suggest one change, you really want a 2K pot at R7 to adjust DC offset.

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Old 17th September 2020, 08:47 PM   #833
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Many thanks! I just edited my question, that I mainly mean resistors values if they are correct as I'm just making the list to order Dale RN60D from Mauser.

And also out of couriosity, maybe this question has been asked already I saw in 6moons review the picture of original, some of the resistors are brown Dale, but part are some blue metal film, any reason for that?

I had been living with my own made Aleph 3 for quite few years in the past so hope building AJ will not be a problem for me.

Many thanks, and thanks for the tip with R7.

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A new atemp was made.
Board size now 250mm x 63mm.

That took longer than I expect.
Need to rest for now and do something else.
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Those are some good looking boards. It's good to have options for us semi-obsessive DIY builders.
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Old Yesterday, 09:32 PM   #836
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Thank you!
Small changes possible but I am mostly happy how it went right now.
Need to calm down and relook it with a fresh eyes later.
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Halo guys,

I have built few Alephs in the past but have had some brake from DIY. I have bought a set of PCBs from DIY Audio store for AJ. Just to double confirm, the schematics from the beginning of the post use pots for bias, offset etc.. but I just want to build it as original and have it at hand as one of the amps I use depending on the speakers, can I simply use this schematics? I would use pairs of J74s 7-8mA matched. Obviously IRFP240 matched also. I mainly mean the resistors values, is it actual valid schematic of original?



Thanks in advance
Yes. The bias will be around 1.25A per each "leg" and you will not be able to change it.

Also, match the R16-R19 in addition to matching the MOSFETs
The DC offset may not be a bang-on zero...
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