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Old 10th December 2001, 07:38 PM   #1
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I recently bought a speaker kit that came with some passive xover components. Since I plan on using an active crossover, I don't have any need for the inductors (I'll use some of the capacitors for DC-protection on the tweeters).

So what would be good uses for a pair of .82 and .47 mH inductors? The obvious things that came to mind were either an inductor-loaded PSU, or just a pi-filter in a capacitor-loaded PSU, although I'm not particularly familiar with what are good values for these.

I recall reading snippets of info about inductor-loaded amplifiers (using inductors instead of resistors or current-sources). It might've been on http://www.tubecad.com, or someone mentioning ways of dropping the dissipation on a SoZ...probably both. Does anyone have any clue about this? My google searches tend to yield more noise than signal...

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Old 12th December 2001, 11:12 PM   #2
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I'm going to 'revive' this thread just this once to see if I can scare up any replies...maybe if I posted in the "tubes" forum...Won
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