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Old 18th April 2004, 11:16 AM   #1
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Default high volt amp (dumb theory)

Ok this IS really dumb otherwise someone would have done it but.... Since the power supply is often the cause of amplifier problems. Would it not be possible to build a (rectified) mains voltage amplifier either 110v [US] or 230V (rest of world)?
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Yes it is really dumb, and as such, we don't allow discussion here for safety reasons.

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