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Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Ruby Amplifier Stripboard Layout


I got the schematic of this from http://www.runoffgroove.com/ruby.html - I just wanted to make a really quick test amplifier and the Ruby amp is good for this. it's quite loud relative to its size.

if you want some power amplifiers with more power than this one check out the "Power Amplifier" stripboard layouts on my site. http://www.paulinthelab.com/search/label/Power%20Amplifiers




6 comments:

  1. Paul, you have omitted the VR values- VR1- 1k-B; VR2- 10K-B from the original schematic

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    1. so I have - thanks for pointing that out!

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  2. Thanks for the vero :D The pinout of the MPF102 is incorrect , the vero is ok though

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    1. they differ from manufacturer to manufacturer unfortunately - my MPF102s have that pinout.transistors are just a pain in the arse

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  3. In column 7, are the those connections 7b-7e, 7e-7f, and 7f-7h? If so, any tricks for wiring the jumpers?

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    1. Id also like to know how to do this!

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