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Old 22nd January 2004, 12:56 PM   #11
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But what about utilize LC PI filter in power supply which Nelson sucessfully utilized in ZEN ? I realize it can in some circumstances degradate music during very strong pulses ( if it is really true in topology based on current source) but typically we do not need whole power( only small part of it) so maybe nobody will be able to hear it ?
I consider utilize for each supply ( plus and minus )asymethric PI filter. From diode bridge one capacitor 10000uf , further inductance about 2mH and further three capacitors 10000.
It is much cheaper than solution.
What do You think of that ?

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