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Old 14th July 2009, 04:18 PM   #1
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Default UTC A-43 transformer - advantage in parelleling dual secondaries?

I have a pair of UTC A-43 transformers that have the following windings:

2x 150 ohm primaries, wired in series to give a 600 ohm primary
(2x) 2x 150 ohm secondaries, wired in series to give a 600 ohm secondary

Currently I have a CS4397 dac connected to the 600 ohm primary, and use one of the 600 ohm secondaries for output.

Would there be any advantage in wiring the second 600 ohm secondary in parallel with the first 600 ohm secondary? I don't need any more gain.

Any thoughts would be appreciated :-)
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