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Discussion in 'Amplifiers' started by nat19, Jul 4, 2010.
put a fan on the heatsink of the ts and you've got a nice amp.
if the place you buy it from caters to the CB crowd, you can bet the amp will work on the CB band.
That would be a decent drive level for that amp.
The TNT is class "B", but it still works pretty good on SSB. These amp were once called Magna Force (still the same except the name) and lots of people are still running them today. I've used one in the mobile for 3 yrs and it has worked flawless.
Output is around 300 PEP, some people do get a little more, just depends how much drive you put into it. With a 30 watt drive you should see around 275-300.
Classes of Amplifier Operation
GI Joe's Radio Electronics | cb radio | police scanner | cellular phone amplifiers
Texas Star Export Feature Chart
Not sure what they're saying when stated a crystal is to be installed but here is the modification they will do, I suppose the crystal is on the oscillator board being removed.
Texas Star DX 250HDV / DX 350HDV CW Transmitter To AMP Conversion
1. Remove yellow 2200K cap of the oscillator board from the PCB
2. Remove red wire of oscillator board from RF choke
Remove green wire of oscillator board and attached 33pf cap
4. Solder the leg of 15 or 18pf cap to input trace on PCB
5. Remove black wire of oscillator board from keying jack
6. Remove oscillator board
7. Locate jumper wire attached to backside of red switch
8. Unsolder the ground end of jumper wire closest to the relay
9. Solder this end to open trace behind green switch
10. Remove wire from outer lug of blue pot and solder to other outer lug
11. Remove 10-ohm resistor piggy-backed to 15K resistor located next to the white sand block resistor and RF choke
Good luck !