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Old 13th January 2003, 10:01 PM   #1
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has any seen or read about distortion stats for the Raychem RXE resettable fuses -- thinking of including in a speaker incorporated amp.xovr.
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I tried them once.

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Astounding -- I measure the distortion at 30% -- I guess these would be good in a guitar fuzz circuit.
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Astounding -- I measure the distortion at 30% -- I guess these would be good in a guitar fuzz circuit.
Have you and Nelson had the right fuse (not too small)? I suspect also that this PTC type fuse isn't very well suited for critical use.
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I just put the fuse, by itself, on the HP339a distortion analyzer, not expecting anything like what occurred.

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