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Old 7th April 2004, 07:22 PM   #11
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Another matter with your permission:

What type of rectifier should I use for monoblocks?

I saw this suggestion http://home.student.utwente.nl/f.s.b...rtedLM3875.gif

It uses 2 rectifier bridges per channel, as far as I saw in brainGTs PCB it's one rectifier per channel?
am I right ?

Can someone clarify this point?

last thing, what VA value should I use for one channel ?

thanks in advance, Yuval
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Old 7th April 2004, 08:41 PM   #12
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In other words, if I get it right, in order to apply 2 recitifiers per channel ( like in the link )
I need to short from PG- to PG+ on BrainGT PS pcb and connect this point to star ground ?

what is the benefit of using 2 rectifiers like this ?
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