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Old 5th December 2011, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default Transient response of smps for guitar class D

I asked the Class D engineer what kind of transient response he needed from the smps supplying his half-bridge class D guitar amplifier.....

Class D input rails were +/-40V 4A.

He just told me that if the input voltage went up and down a bit after a transient, then that might make the guitar playing sound nicer.

-But what really is the likely transient reposnse requirement for this SMPS for supplying a Class D amplifier?

+/-5% is OK?
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