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Old 3rd June 2006, 02:36 AM   #1
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Default transformer with no center tap

Any way to hold +/- rails steady when no center tap to ground (single secondary)? Tranformer puts out 40 volts rectified, but when hooked up to a chip amp drifts to like -28 an +12 (or visa versa, can't recall). Also curious if a solution exists, if can apply to a transformer where there is like 30 vct and 60 vct using 4 secondaries if one could use 3 out of 4 to get 45 volts.
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