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Old 27th November 2020, 07:10 PM   #61
Vrystaat is offline Vrystaat  South Africa
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Hallo all.

I'm just curios of the current dumping design, I have build a Slewmaster, lateral Hitachi, P3A, Quasi type and a couple more. All great sounding amps.I just want to know if this amp is so much different in sound for the better. Reading about the Quad 405 that is being praised.Why are people not using current dumping designs if it is so great. I want to build something to keep me busy, I have thought about a Leach low Tim, but just wondering ?
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Old 29th November 2020, 10:11 AM   #62
mgottwa is offline mgottwa  Germany
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In an active System I use a 405 clone for the tweeters and a DOGC for the lowend. I can highly recommend the DOGC. The 405 needs Heavy modifications to come close...
Just try DOGC ��

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Old 30th November 2020, 08:12 AM   #63
Vrystaat is offline Vrystaat  South Africa
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Mike , thanks for the reply.

I suppose the mids and tops will be good as well as bass. I intend building it.
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Old 5th January 2021, 09:51 AM   #64
w3rn3r is offline w3rn3r  Austria
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Default DOGC Tx Requirements

Hello,
I am interested in building a DOGC Amp by Dr. Jagodic.
Since I already have two torioidal transformes from another project (each 200VA and 2x24VAC) my question is if this would be sufficient for the
DOGC-MK3?
I understand from previous posts that recommendation for the DOGC-H would be min. 35VDC, does this apply for DOGC-MK3 as well?
Many thanks in advance!

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Werner
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