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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Class B amplifiers: what are the large low-value resistors for?
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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 22:36:24 +1100
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"Kevin Aylward" wrote in message
> Phil Allison wrote:
> >>> ** Many commercial power amps produced since the late 1960s
> >>> operate with the main output devices completely cut off at idle - or
> >>> pure class B. The Crown DC300 and DC300A were early examples along
> >>> with most later Crowns and Phase Linears and many clones.
> >> I meant *real amplifiers*:-)
> > ** You know what that is do you ? I doubt it.
> Oh...I think so.
** Bullshit - you have no idea.
> >> Crown DC300's were crap, despite their reputation.
> > ** That completley idiotic remark reveals a lot about you Kevin
> > and it is not good.
> In what way was it an idiotic remark?
** That you cannot see it says how deranged you are.
Are you claiming that the 1MHz fts
> of the 60's resulted in a state of the art high power amplififier on a
> par to a design of say the 80's and later?.
** Proves it even more - get help Kevin - you are in trouble.
> > I don't see why> they would bother to prevent the outputs being
> > It sounds like a right silly idea, probably
> >> because it was done 30 years ago when they didn't know any better.
> > ** No arrogance is beyond you is it ?
> > I
> >> still remember using 100 watt transistor amp modules that used a
> >> driver transformer because the designers were too daft to realise
> >> that the product did not have any glass in it.
> > ** Unlike yourself no doubt who has too many glasses in him.
> Look, we all make silly mistakes in our lives,
** And you are making them now - get help.
BTW How is your missus ?
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