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Old 2nd March 2005, 10:01 PM   #1
hugobors is offline hugobors  France
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I want to build an output stage with two mosfets in source follower operation in a balanced topology.
I would like to build two big air-chokes (something like 50mH each) and connect them in the source of each mosfet as current source. (efficiency increased)

Is it better to :

-make two big air-chokes and in this case what would be the interference from one on the second according to their position in the amp-case.

-make a (very) big dual air-chokes and connect them in opposite way.

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