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What is A.D.E. MOSFET Technology?

 

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Username: Marcuslee842

Chicago, IL U.S.A.

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Registered: Mar-05
I have a Pioneer VSX-1014TX-K reciever that is touted as having A.D.E. MOSFET amplication. Could someone please tell me what this means, I looked on the internet but could not find any info.
 

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Username: Marcuslee842

Chicago, IL U.S.A.

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Sorry about the double post, my computer was acting up.
 

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Username: Marcuslee842

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Registered: Mar-05
Could someone reply please, or is everyone as lost on the subject as I am?
 

J. Vigne
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MOSFET's are another type of transistor output device. They are characterized as having a sound more like tubes than typical bipolar transistors. The A.D.E. portion is likely a description of a circuit design Pioneer has "created" for this year's model of amplifiers. Don't expect to see it on anyone else's amplifier or on next year's Pioneers. I'm sure your owner's manual will have a dazzling explanation of what A.D.E. technology is meant to improve.




 

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Username: Marcuslee842

Chicago, IL U.S.A.

Post Number: 14
Registered: Mar-05
Thanks! I can sleep now. Having something that I didn't know about in my home theater bothered me.
 

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Username: Rkvfire

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hey marcus i sent you an email to your yahoo.. confirm if you got it.
 

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Username: Marcuslee842

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Post Number: 15
Registered: Mar-05
Sorry, about the late reply but yeah I got it. Thanks!
 

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Username: Rkvfire

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alright, send me an email with ur number in it and ill give u a shout.
 

Only Mike
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MOSFET stands for Metal Oxide Field Effect Transistor. It's a much higher performance design than the old standard PNP or NPN type transistors. They have a very sensetive input and can respond to higher frequencies well. As for the A.D.E., no idea what that is.
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