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Old 9th April 2011, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default gain clone power supply using 2 diode ct

Ok i need a transformer for my kit but i have a problem with the transformer. I know how to use the stock power supply with all 8 diodes as a 20vac dual secondary setup. I know how to use the stock power supply with 4 diodes and a 40vac ct transformer. My problem is i have ALOT of power supplies out of gutted dolby digital receivers. However every one of them is 80vac center tap(40vac to ct) regardless of brand or size. Looks like they all have about 120v rails.

Now im probably shooting for the moon, but i cant get a ct out of a full wave 2 diode rec setup can i?
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