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RE: Transistor replacement help

I read that the output is the 2N2147 or maybe the 2N2148 P type. I don't understand how a push pull amp only uses a P type transistor? It seems like that is what's going on?? There are people at DIY audio who may be able to be contacted about this. Looks like people are using common silicon transistors in it's place. One person says if you do that you need to re bias the amp. I'd like an explanation on why the output uses only one type of transistor if that is the case. The TA2577 is the N type complement?? This info is for the C-1 amp. Hope this helps some. T456
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Edits: 07/14/17 07/14/17

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