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|2nd April 2011, 02:07 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Higher rail voltage on ZEN4
I need your advise please.
I'm trying to rebuild my zen4 after 10 years.
I'm going to use a better trafo than the older one with 2x22 + 2x22 (500VA)
This going to be 2x22 = 44 x 1,4 (rectifier) = 60V per channel.
What do i have to change to get 42v after regulation
Another thing that i will try for now is NOT to use the R1 (1R) in parallel with R0 (.47Ω) to get less dissipation. Mr Pass says that i have to change the R16 1.5k to 1k to do this. ok. There will be not a conflict with my new rails (or not).
I'm holding my breath to hearing from you, he he.
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