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Old 15th January 2008, 05:42 PM   #11
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How low is the low end <100 Hz?
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If <100 Hz, there is no directivity regarding stereo. I would connect the two woofers is series and use two KSA50's biased for class AB and bridged.
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....If you have the rackspace left.... the supply is an excellent mate as
an outboard PSU for a single supply, or as someone mentioned a bridged type, poweramp.
To bad you can't see the X-former when the unit gets thrown into the rack.

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It might be worth examining the secondary of the transformer in this power supply, and seeing if it only has the one output winding, or two in parallel. If it has two in parallel, you could get 48V bipolar supply - at 5A per rail. As there are two capacitors (presumably in parallel) you could use those too.
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