|[AMRadio] Amplifier to use with my DX-60|
Mike Dorworth, K4XM
k4xm at arczip.com
Thu Mar 16 18:15:47 EST 2006
YES,in fact he could. 100 watts carrier or 80 watts carrier. The power
supply is the limiting factor here. The SB200 with a big fan and an external
power supply could actually run 160 watts carrier. The word Max is actually
maximum. The wimpy supply holds it to about 80 watts. You might like the
smell of hot tar and burned kraft paper! I would stick to 80 watts or there
abouts and check the transformer with the " can I hold a finger full on it
for 3 full seconds" test.. Mike
> If I understand these responses this all boils down to answer Alan's
> original question and that is that a SB-200 would be ok with the DX-60 at
> the DX-60's max output . Correct?
> Tom K3TVC
>An SB-200-230 seems to be a Class B amp. There for it only conducts on
> >positive going cycle. I don't mean to sound silly, but someone told me I
> >could run this in SSB Mode using AM input from my DX-60, I run 100 Watts
> >carrier for 400 Watts peak, now that makes sense.
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