Sunday, December 18, 2011
Stereo Tube Power Amplifier Schematic
This is the circuit diagram of stereo tube power amplifier. It applies 3 types of tube that are 2 6SF5 GT high-mu triodes, 1 5Y3 GT vacuum rectifier, and 2 6K6 power beam amplifiers. The Audio input can be from any two-channel line level device such as a television, CD player, or VCR. It is of the tube type, using only 5 tubes total with no more than about 45 Watts power consumption from the outlet.
R1,R10,R13 = 2.2M Ohm Potensiometer
R2 = 470K Ohm
R3 = 1M Ohm
R4 = 220K Ohm
R5 = 330 Ohm 2W Resistor
R6 = 220K Ohm
R7 = 2.2M Ohm
R8 = 1M Ohm
R9 = 720 Ohm 20W Resistor
R11 = 33K Ohm
R12 = 22K Ohm
C1,C9 = 4nF 400V Capacitor
C2 = 50nF 600V Capacitor
C3 = 20uF/25V
C4 = 10nF 400V Capacitor
C5 = 200pF 400V Ceramic Disc Capacitor
C6,C7 = 15uF 450V Capacitor
C8 = 15uF 400V Capacitor
T1 = 117V Primary, 350VCT Secondary, 6.3V Secondary, 6.3V Secondary
T2 = 7600 Ohm Primary, 4 or 8 Ohm Secondary
SW1 = SPST Switch
SP1,SP2 = 12" or smaller, 4 or 8 ohm speakers
MISC = 5 tube sockets, 2 RCA jacks, PC board or chassis, wire, knobs, etc.
Stereo Tube Power Amplifier Circuit Notes:
- C8 is for radio interference suppression and may be omitted.
- The 6V6 GT tube may be substituted for the 6K6 to lower power requirements.
- The 5Y3 GT tube should be mounted in a vertical position and be well ventilated. The 6K6 and 6SF5 tubes can be mounted in any position.
- The power supply portion of this unit may be used for anything requiring 290-320v DC up to about 3 amperes.
- Controls should have an audio taper.