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Old 26th September 2005, 02:20 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I finished my "3xTDA1514A plus Linkwitz transform circuit" 2+1 system last weekend. It's preety good and im happy about its performance.. The system still works with a 2x18v secondary E type 250VA transformer. But its some fat and i dont have a space for it in the subwoofer box.

I also have two Meanwell 24V 4.5A SMPS. And i want to use that PSU's for my 2+1 system. I plan to first PSU's (-) rail to second PSU's (+) rail and i expect to have a +/- 24v 4.5A PSU!

Do you think it works? And does anybody try this way?

Thanks a lot for your recomendations.
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you should be able to do this with not much trouble..
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