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Build a 30w OTL Amplifier [Project]
posted September 27 2013 8:18.14 by spic0m




The project is a relatively easy to build 30 W OTL Amplifier. Individuals who like to listen to music comfortably would find this project interesting. You can create your own power amplifier with a power dissipation of 20 W at 8:9 and a load of 30 W at 4:9. This project is low cost and is easy to build without any adjustments needed.

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