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marshall mg10 amp

Postby ballfire » 12 Oct 2016, 12:14

hello every body..

im planning to build a marshall mg10 practice amp i dont know what transformer using to this amp how many amperes should i use for my transformer?? my outlet is 220 volts..and what fuse i will use for this transformer how many ampere also it is 3 amperes?? or higher or lower??

thanks for the advice ..
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Re: marshall mg10 amp

Postby ballfire » 22 Oct 2016, 01:38

..poor me,.. nobody reply on my post..i guess everybody is busy..
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Re: marshall mg10 amp

Postby ppluis0 » 22 Oct 2016, 02:40

Hi Ballfire,

A complete explanation and schematic for this amp can be found at: http://www.electrosmash.com/marshall-mg10

A picture in that page shows an transformer with a secondary of 12.6+12.6 volts

Also in the data sheet of the output chip used in this amp ( http://www.st.com/content/ccc/resource/ ... 000129.pdf ) the manufacturer details the behaviour of an 50 watts transformer suggested for this IC

That power looks to be in accordance with the size of the original tranny appeared in the picture.

I guess that the fuse to place in a 220 volt environment to feed a 50 watt transformer will be roughly of 1 Amp

Good luck with your project !!

Cheers,
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Re: marshall mg10 amp

Postby ballfire » 28 Oct 2016, 03:10

hi everybody.

thanks to ppluis0..thank you very much for the reply..
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Re: marshall mg10 amp

Postby thereminator » 29 Oct 2016, 22:50

MG10? Awful sound.

It is better to build a clone of Marshall Lead 12 from 80's.

http://www.drtube.com/schematics/marshall/3005.gif
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Re: marshall mg10 amp

Postby okgb » 06 Nov 2016, 17:00

I haven't heard an MG that sounded good, so that seems like effort for nothing, maybe more research this more first
maybe an established project so there is already some support ?
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