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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: Class B amplifiers: what are the large low-value resistors for?
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Phil Allison wrote:
> "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.
And what, technicaly, rather then personal insults, is the basis of your
>>>> 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.
Oh. So I give a *technical* evaluation of a product to wit: "crap", and
you make a *personal* evaluation in response.
Of course "crap" is a relative term, not absolute. In the 60's, no doubt
the crown DC300 was considered quite good, today its a different story.
> 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
So how come are unable to come up with a technical argument, rather then
continuing these unwarranted personal insults?
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