ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Note 1). Maximum Temperatures. 2N/8/9. Storage Temperature. °C tOo+°C. Operating Junction Temperature. Part, 2n Category, Discrete. Description. Company, Central Semiconductor Corporation. Datasheet, Download 2n datasheet. Cross ref. Similar parts. Page 1. Adams Avenue, Hauppauge, NY USA. Tel: () • Fax: ()
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There are quite a few other connections made with wire soldered to the top of traces.
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What totally confuses me is the lack of a DC path to establish the bias. I replaced them with 75 volt units just because it was easy to do since I had the board out anyway and it is a real pain to get the board out. August 24, Everything else is so perfectly symmetrical with this circuit that this seems to stand out like a sore thumb, but I don’t know what to make of it other than to assume Q5 needs more voltage gain than Q6 for some reason.
Q7 and Q8 had me confused until I realized the only way it could possibly work was push-pull Class A. Ain’t happening either because bias is messed up.
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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: The diodes between the bases don’t confuse me, I’ve seen those too many times like Q7 2n35568 Q8.
Similar strips are used to build up the front edge to hold the grille cloth and for the baffle to screw into.
I really hope it’s the latter. The emitters and base are connected with wire wrapped around the pins and the other end laying on a trace, both ends soldered of course. I’d say forget this circuit.
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I was getting together a parts list to build this amp when I noticed something that got me to thinking. As discussed above, they are not insulated from the heat sink with mica, but do use heat sink compound. Since it was too small I had to blow it up multiple ways to get the circuit values. SSGuitar has moved to the curve theme! Seems a bit on the small side, dztasheet for 25 watts.
This seems pretty low.
Notice the and dates. No emitter resistors, but that shouldn’t affect it from working.
The trace under the screw to the upper left connects to the output capacitor C The power supply is in the upper left of the picture – transformer, open style fuse holder, bridge rectifier, electrolytic cap, and a. Well, it does if you replace the input transistors with FETs that do not need a DC bias but guess what: Since there are two of them the amp is symmetric.
There are also holes in the boards left side in the picture where screws go through the case, through a round, roughly 1 inch long plastic spacer, through the board and a nut secures the screw at the bottom of the board. How can the base of Q5 be more positive than it’s emitter when there is no source of a positive voltage at its base?
Receives feedback from the output across the emitter resistors through R22 and R The speaker has been removed to provide some extra room to work with. I’ve done lots of research over the last two weeks and this is driving me nuts.
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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 I guess I could tweak it to work but why bother since it’s practically a catasheet of the whole thing. I have much more confidence in this circuit actually working. The thought was – is it really necessary to ground the heat sink? You don’t need to ground the heatsink if you’re sure it cannot be shorted.
Both boards are secured to the control plate with the board mounted pots. They will break with the slightest nick, and several disconnected themselves as I was replacing the IC with a socket. I want to perfboard build a clone of the entire amp, but I would hate to find out that the schematic is wrong. I got this one from musicparts.