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Old 25th August 2012, 05:44 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Austin Translation View Post
Suppose I connect both the amps power supply transformer secondaries in series for 1400 volts and then to drop the voltage back down to 700 volts I run the power transformer primaries in series with each other. Seems like a great idea but if it were, surely everybody would be trying to do it. I could get four voltage referances.
Sorry I was very tired when I posted this, it is a silly idea. They wouldn't stay in balance and one would get more curret than the other depending on the load.
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