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Old 12th December 2008, 08:54 PM   #1
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Default smps 12vdc to 30vac for "beginner"

hello guys, i have been told by a few genius' amoung you what i need, so here it is.

i have found a very suitable 200watt power amp that i am now building, but it requires 30vac...

the forenote says i will need 2x30vac to run it, and i need to get that from a running car battery, which, in my old mini, is around 13vdc.

can anyone recommend a good schematic?
and also somewhere reliable to get parts, i live in the UK but overseas is not a problem.

thanks so much for your time!
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