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 Post subject: Re: Single-ended push-pull Better design found?
PostPosted: May Sun 05, 2019 8:05 pm 
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Found a New Schematic for Single-ended PP, dated 1933, DeForest Crosley 851, Mayfair and York.
Scroll down to the Second schematic on the page.

http://pacifictv.ca/schematics/deforest ... 22data.pdf

Thanks to Dan in Calgary and Ken in NS for posting a link, good timing, men. 8)

viewtopic.php?f=6&t=358412&p=3024303#p3024303

Correction - not push-pull, but output tubes in parallel. :x

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 Post subject: Re: Single-ended push-pull Better design found?
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You wouldn't have an Edsel rusting in the bush? :D

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 Post subject: Re: Single-ended push-pull Better design found?
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radiotechnician wrote:
You wouldn't have an Edsel rusting in the bush? :D
There's a Ranchero in the bush not far from here, but no, never wanted an Edsel.
I did buy a Citreon for $500 once.

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 Post subject: Re: Single-ended push-pull Better design found?
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I installed a radio in a brand Edsel, first time I ever saw a car radio with a separate chassis
for a transistor output amplifier. I wondered why the car didn't come with a radio. (but not out
loud) :D

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