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TheFlayinDutchm 11th January 2004 05:26 AM

output transformer
 
ahoy me hearties, I be new to these forums, have a couple of questions.

How will an output transformer affect the general quality of an amp? Will a real world transformer introduce much distortion, and if so, what orders, generally.

Also, is it wise to use the transformer as part of the output filer, for class d type applications?

maylar 11th January 2004 04:16 PM

For transformer coupled amps (single ended or push-pull) the transformer is perhaps the most important part for frequency response and linearity. Class D amps usually use a lowpass filter which involve simple inductors, not a transformer.

http://www.maxim-ic.com/appnotes.cfm...mber/624/ln/en

Workhorse 12th January 2004 05:42 AM

Reply
 
Yeah u can use the IRON CORE AUDIO OUTPUT TRANSFORMER in the place of Filter For CLASS_D AMPS
Because i have also used one.
See My Thread "Class-D PWM car amp"


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