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Old 24th June 2004, 02:57 AM   #1
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Default Aleph 5--CRC network

Hello, if I want to make a CRC network on Aleph 5, I have some idea, 60,000uf --R-- 60,000uf , so total 120,000uf for one channel.

Would you tell me the value of the "R" I choose?
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The amp needs to idle at about 2 amps per channel, and if you
figure that a 1 volt loss is OK, then you are looking at .47 ohms.

However it will be running at 2 watts, so it's probably better to
parallel 2 x 1 ohm resistors at 3 watts each. This should work
just Jake, as we say in Foresthill.
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