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Old 9th August 2019, 12:14 PM   #2061
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This has been the subterfuge I used successfully in LTSpiceIV, I unfortunately have to report that this doesn't work in the 64 bit version of LTSpice XVII that I am now using. You can still edit the standard.mos file, but even after restarting LTSpice it ignores the entries. The values listed (variable names) are not correct for the new version either, I think they've changed the model used.
I recently installed the 64 bit version of LTSpice XVII. After copying the AN models into the *document* directory I see jack. Is it wiser to stick to the old IV version or does a primer exsist for freshmen like myself?
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Old 9th September 2019, 10:20 PM   #2062
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Default Best model sets at this time in history? (noob)

This LT Spice thread is so very long and I noticed that some posts recommended using models from one source over another. Without having to read all 400+ posts here...

Can someone provide some links as to what are the "best" models to download at this time in history?

I have a tube tracer with the capability to output an exact model for a single specifically measured tube, but I still need a collection of good models based on the published factors so I dont have to measure dozens of tubes to create models. I will use my tracer to generate models accurate to a specific physical tube if/when I want ultra-accuracy as a sanity test.

I have a lot to learn with LT but I wanted to get the current recommended models loaded at the outset.
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Old 9th September 2019, 10:40 PM   #2063
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I recently installed the 64 bit version of LTSpice XVII. After copying the AN models into the *document* directory I see jack. Is it wiser to stick to the old IV version or does a primer exsist for freshmen like myself?
You can put your models wherever you please, just tell it to LTspice: Tools -> Control Panel -> Sym. & Lib. Search Paths. Note the plural: more than 1 location is permitted.
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Old 10th September 2019, 01:58 AM   #2064
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This LT Spice thread is so very long and I noticed that some posts recommended using models from one source over another. Without having to read all 400+ posts here...

Can someone provide some links as to what are the "best" models to download at this time in history?

I have a tube tracer with the capability to output an exact model for a single specifically measured tube, but I still need a collection of good models based on the published factors so I dont have to measure dozens of tubes to create models. I will use my tracer to generate models accurate to a specific physical tube if/when I want ultra-accuracy as a sanity test.

I have a lot to learn with LT but I wanted to get the current recommended models loaded at the outset.
Here some https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/atta...mi_ltspice-zip

Just search Ayumi model, Koren Model and Rydel model in this thread....all the best
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