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Old 29th April 2005, 05:55 AM   #11
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PS Audio gives some info how differend frequencies affect the sound:
It doesn't quite relate to my setup as i don't have transformers at present. I guess the caps don't care either way and the diodes may even generate more noise at higher frequencies.

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why do it in 1/3 measure?
Maybe i'm just not mad enough. I have a prototype AVR based oscillator which can easily source out 3 phases with any phase relationship. A 6-channel GC still looks like a bit of an overkill
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