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how to add more transistor to amplifier?(part 1)

how to add more transistor to amplifier?(part 1)



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  1. Date: May 22, 2018 at 14:32
    Author: Ronnie Grajo

    This is funny he mention 100% complete.. sound to me will not work perfectly you are wasting your transistors… you didn't mention how much the current of driver transistors can hold that power transistor.

  2. Date: June 16, 2018 at 02:46
    Author: bibhas metia

    Really nice idea but if the amplifier board get overload then many transistor can damage

  3. Date: June 16, 2018 at 02:49
    Author: bibhas metia

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  4. Date: June 19, 2018 at 16:58
    Author: Young Fred

    hey how do you plan on measuring the amount of power the whole amp is giving out, naking a tutorial about that ,by the way are you from bangladesh ,cause i have some of those similar PCBs

  5. Date: June 27, 2018 at 23:29
    Author: sniper saiyan

    Moron…how u increase the power of that amp by addng more transistor if you not calculating the driver transistor do you think the driver trans can carry the high power amplifcation of the output transistor???and wat about the supply voltage and the how many amps is required for the output transistor to work properly…

  6. Date: July 14, 2018 at 23:46
    Author: apollo robb

    Like to see what this heap of crap looks like on a scope LMAO….Horrible soldering skills !!

  7. Date: July 19, 2018 at 12:25
    Author: Uwe W

    Sollte wohl eine Gegentakt-Endstufe mit jeweils 4 parallel geschalteten Transistoren werden.Unter die Glimmer-Scheiben gehört noch Wärmeleitpaste.Handwerklich ist das natürlich Mittelalter.Aber die Idee ist Gut.Ja noch eine Frage ? Wenn jeder Transistor ungefähr 4A macht dann wären wir ja bei 16A und das bei wieviel Volt.Ist auf jeden Fall eine heikle Sache.

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