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Old 12th September 2012, 07:30 AM   #1
HifiBoyDenmark is offline HifiBoyDenmark  Denmark
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Default powersupply for TK2050 2*100w amp

Hey there guys!

I saved a toroidal transformer from my z-2300 logitech system and 2 10000uF 35V capacitors.

Like this on:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/parts...ansformer.html

I tried putting it in to a program along with one of the two capacitors + a 24ohm resistor. The program showed a output of about 28v which is perfect for the TK2050 amp (2*100w). BUT its the first time i'm operating with 230v so 'm not a 100 % on how it works.

I would like to make a home amplifier with a tk2050 board, but i'm know nothing about the amp rating of my transformer. So i'm not sure if i can use it for my TK2050 board.

So my Q is: Will this setup be able to supply the TK2050 amp? if no, why not?

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