What is amplifier bias

I think it is very important to get just right
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Close is good enough
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Set the meter to mV
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The right bias comes from a design equation
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We are measuring what is traditionally called "bias"
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Set the meter to mA (milliamps)
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None of the above,  I have a question
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We are not measuring what is traditionally called  "bias" but something else
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Voting closed: 25 Aug 2014, 03:17 am

Amplifier Bias

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Re: Amplifier Bias
« Reply #40 on: 26 Sep 2014, 06:50 pm »
eno, did you get this worked out yet, You can write tubeaudiostore@gmail.com and Roger or Ben will help you.


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Re: Amplifier Bias
« Reply #41 on: 29 Sep 2014, 04:29 am »
Sorry, I was away for a bit.

It turned out well. Listening to music now. I have realized that they are not a good fit for my speakers and I think the preamp was not a good match. Using the preamp from my integrated was more agreeable . I am going to keep one of the RM-10's and use it with a fullrange project that I am about to begin. I do like the sound of the amp; it is sooo composed, has body, and avoids the syrupy characteristics of poorly constructed tube amps. I thought RM 10's low end is outstanding, better than that of a primare a30.1 that I had, and that was dual mono. :roll:

Thanks everyone for helping me with this. I will post upcoming results with my speaker project. I also will combine the amp with a First Watt B1 in the future and let you know how that sounds.