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Old 3rd May 2001, 05:10 PM   #1
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Ive got a lot of X Y caps and 47mH 0,5A coils (dual) and alot of 150W mains 1:1 transformers (for cd dac and preamp) and im planing to build a nice mains filter with stabb can and i wonder

if i place the filter ciruits first it will lower the isolation voltage and draw more distortin to my filter ??
so i should first galvanicaly isolate from the net with my stabb transformers and then use the filter circuits??...or shoud the coils and caps go first? and can i overdo that? or should i do like 48db/okt steepness?...


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