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Old 9th November 2013, 02:33 AM   #1
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Default Boozhound/L'Pacific with Bipolar PSU?

I have a +-15V PSU of sufficient current rating and I'm looking at building a Boozhound preamp. Is there any reason I can't power this with my bipolar PSU? Anything in particular I would need to be careful of?

Boozhound link:

Boozhound Laboratories: JFET Phono Preamp Kit

If this isn't advisable, I'm fully prepared to build my own 24V PSU, and I may eventually, but I already have this other one on hand so I thought it would be a good chance to space out the CC transactions so as to stay under the wife's radar.
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