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Old 13th August 2009, 10:55 PM   #1
rocco gibralter is offline rocco gibralter  United Kingdom
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Default hi cap or variant psu

Hi, i'm putting together a dual mono PSU, after many hours of research I need some real know how, I have 4x 10.000uf dubilier and 8x sprague 4700uf caps, Now...i know the combination will work, and ive seen variants one with the higher value caps at the rectifier end and visa versa, which is the best way to go? I understand there may be some backlash at my choice of the lower value caps, I'm thinking speed over colossal bass, My big easy driven trans speaks move the house with a pio A300, I'm also using 2x slow rectifiers...another bone of contention over ultra fast diodes and 2x torro trannys,

Bleed resistors, by pass caps and chokes also are something subjective..or personal choice, taste etc .

Even copper V zinc or alloy bus bar?



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