A Simple Capacitance Multiplier Power Supply For Class-A Amplifiers


Posted on Mar 8, 2013

Since I have provided the schematic for John L Linsley-Hood`s Class-A amplifier, I felt that some readers may wish to experiment with the concept. Unfortunately, a very low ripple power supply is needed for all Class-A amps, and the most common solution is to use a regulated supply. A basic circuit is provided in the article, but it is assumed that the builder knows all the pitfalls. The supplied schematic is in fact for a capacitance multiplier filter (not a regulator), but is somewhat lacking (I feel) and can be improved dramatically.


A Simple Capacitance Multiplier Power Supply For Class-A Amplifiers
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