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Old 2nd May 2004, 02:00 PM   #1
Wagener is offline Wagener  South Africa
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Default 2 x 750va toroids sufficient for leach?

I am building my power supply for a 4 channel leach amp. I can get 2 x 750va toroids with 40-0-40 secondary for a good price. Will this be enough power? - i will use the leach amp to run 4-ohm loads.
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I'm runnig my Leach at 2x40 V AC using 2*500 VA for four channels into 6 ohm loads....no problem at all. I think you will be fine.

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