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Old 18th January 2004, 08:19 PM   #1
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Default Choke. the next revolution?

So I`m reading this audionote dac upgrade thread, and I see that some like to throw in a few chokes.

But when do u use a choke, and what should a good choke have value wise?

I have 2 Philips el84 tube monoblocks, and maybe I can use a choke in that. And in my dac. but I have no clue on what or which choke to use -and how-

Can anyone help me a bit on this subject?

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