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Zen Mod 4th July 2015 09:07 PM

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aha!

biju55 4th July 2015 09:10 PM

Yes , Thank you . Now we can read it .......

Zen Mod 4th July 2015 09:18 PM

damn

food for thoughts for next few months

I can't even imagine euphoria of Greedy Boyz , in a moment when majority catches what is given in article

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Pa , I know you're lazy to say something more about Cathedrals ....... :clown:

Zen Mod 4th July 2015 10:58 PM

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isn't silence nice thing .......

Dennis Hui 4th July 2015 11:16 PM

Thank you so much!

Dennis

Eric 5th July 2015 12:43 AM

Wow! Thank you, Nelson!

res07njc 5th July 2015 01:35 AM

Out of curiosity, is the front end designed around any particular bjt? The article doesn't mention a device by name..

biju55 5th July 2015 01:42 AM

Any basic bipolar will work… it’s just being used as cascode to keep full rail voltage off Jfet.

drjbf1 5th July 2015 01:42 AM

I'll need to buy few more TL431 -- ie. shares in the company that makes 'em!

Thanks Nelson!

anilva 5th July 2015 03:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by biju55 (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/pass-labs/276711-sony-vfet-amplifier-2-a-post4379772.html#post4379772)
Any basic bipolar will work… it’s just being used as cascode to keep full rail voltage off Jfet.

Similar to cascode transistors used in F5 Turbo V3?

Regards


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