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Old 27th April 2004, 11:25 PM   #1
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Default Umbilical cord capacitors, x Bosoz

I'm working on a power supply which is going to be used for preamp power, most likely ccs x bosoz. Another similar board as that pictured will be used for the crossover, mox style.

fun boards, got a nice pair of victoria magnetics transformers.. hopefully some pictures of the powerbox soon

The Question is: Do I need to add any extra capacitance before the umbilical cord (3 feet silver plated 16awg wire) or if it is fine to go with just the 22uf that I have after the irf610 , irf9610's?

I thought I saw this mentioned somewhere on these pages but I can't remember where.

cheers
dave
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