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Would a 2N3055 make a suitable replacement for a 2SC1667 transistor? The 2SC1667 is from a Leak reciever - the main amp section they are used as the main amp.

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Since the 2SC1667 is still available, why substitute. The exact part can be ordered. Substitutes are fine if hte original is no longer available, but you should use the original when you can.

Dan

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

  • rbmrsm Apr 23, 2011

    I agree with Dan although the 2N3055 might work OK in an audio amp. If the amp is stereo and uses these as outputs you must replace both if you change the type. Otherwise you'll likely have an imbalance in channels. Note that the 2N3055 is a 150Watt power transistor and my use more power and strain the other components.

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