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Old 25th September 2007, 09:50 PM   #1
Davey T is offline Davey T  United Kingdom
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Default using 110v site transformers as power supply

Looking to build my own 2kw classd amp. the amplifier design is fairly straight forward. The power supply is the more difficult and expensive part. So i was thinking of saving on money and using a 110v site transformer as my isolated supply.

3.3kva for 50. Only problem is the single supply rail...

whadya recon?
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