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Old 31st October 2004, 09:58 AM   #31
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Hi Ed,

I was refereing to the issue in the do's and dont's section http://www.lcaudio.dk/com/index.php?page=63
If I understood correctly the (potential) problem doesnot exist if you have 1 PS.

I know of some people having build monoblocks (without the sync module) with no problem whatso-ever. Others are less lucky and hear some soft (high frequency) noise. The exact reason for this I don't know (maybe sensitive speakers are also are more problematic). I think the sync generator is not that expensve, so why take chances (although using them for lows only maybe makes it less important)?
Also (if I understand correctly) I can place the Zappulse modules a little farther apart (so there is less interaction/influance between them). Of course the will be still in the same enclosure.
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Old 31st October 2004, 02:30 PM   #32
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wytco0: Do you mean something like this?
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Lars ,
Firstly thank you for looking into this and for doing so on a Sunday when you are on holiday, it's much appreciated.

That diagram is excellent, I know you have explained the AC but including that would also help.

You have labeled the DC as +-60 which I assume is the Zapulse voltage but I think its a function of the transformer used so more general voltage labeling might be better?

PS you mentioned that torroids are not centre tap and I had a look at the one I have, I hadn't noticed it before but as you suggested the centre tap is actually 2 wires tied together and put in a single sleeve, I guess I could have separated them but my new transformers are arriving tomorrow !
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