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The second amp is reversed in this regard. What totally confuses me is the lack of a DC path to establish the bias. The circuit also has less than unity gain. Yes, the transistors are original and still working fine and I won’t be replacing them.
I have much more confidence in this circuit actually working. Three wires are separate grounds all coming off the main amplifier board. I guess I don’t understand why that would lead to instability. Here is the PA schematic section: It sort of looks like the joining node of R21 and R23 should have a common reference – which, I suppose, would lead the complementary pair Q9 – Q10 to exhibit some gain as well a datashset nice invitation for instability by the way.
I think my assumption is a voltage reference. I have verified the second schematic posted in this thread and corrected a few capacitor values. The bases 2b3568 input transistors shoud be biased to a proper DC potential – I don’t see it happening. One of these is built using transistors with the obscure EH numbering in one section, and normal labelled parts in the other. The fuse holder is secured to the side of the cab, the transformer and electrolytic secured to the bottom with nuts and bolts through the cab.
I want to perfboard build a clone of the entire amp, but I would hate to dattasheet out that the schematic is wrong.
So, either this circuit won’t work or I am totally not seeing something. All of these wires are single strand and a really thin gauge.
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Just to prove my suspicions about this circuit that looks a bit messed up right I draw the damn thing on spice and ran a sim Like I said, getting rid of the mica insulator is nice it’s one considerable thermal resistance source less but definitely use the thermal compound: Well, I run another sim: I really hope it’s the latter. The asymmetric version of this input-VAS combination was pretty common before ratasheet pair input became as common choice it is now.
Everything else is “loose” with a few wires bundled with a plastic tie. It does seem to have an incomplete or maybe sloppy feel to it – the component numbers jump around, there are holes in the sequence, some components don’t have numbers just values. Since I have this Dirt Datasheeh Special apart, I thought someone might like to see how it’s put together.
Well obviously an input amp. Seems a bit on the small side, even for 25 watts. Might have some problems in reality that yo’d have to compensate, i. SSGuitar has moved to the curve theme! Well, it does if you replace the input transistors with FETs that do not need a DC bias but guess what: However, information on this amplifier is criminally rare, and this thread has some of the best discussion to be found.
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Just make sure the compound is not electrically insulative. July 02, Ain’t happening either because bias is messed up.
Q5 and Q6 also have to work as dafasheet phase inverter for the push-pull drive to Q7 and Q8. It is essential for decreasing thermal resistance of the interface between sink and the transistor. The input is capacitively coupled. Did you miss ratasheet activation email? Of the two circuit boards, the smaller one at the bottom is the Small Stone phaser effect. Good thing I was suspicious before I built it and wasted the parts.
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Advertised as ” watts peak” its RMS output datashee somewhere between 15 and 25 watts. The first transistor is the input, second the voltage amplifier.
Q7 and Q8 had me confused until I realized the only way it could possibly work was push-pull Class A. I guess I could tweak it to work but why bother since it’s practically a redesign of the whole thing.
Hope this information is of daatasheet to someone. Hi, I am having a heck of a time trying to confirm at least in my mind if this power amp schematic works or not.
Like the new look? Thanks for the confirmation that it won’t work as drawn!! There is no “chassis grounding” cap on the primary AC side, just the 1 amp fuse and switch. The “rats datasheeet of wires tie the power supply to the circuit boards.