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Old 7th August 2001, 09:08 AM   #11
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With a 2A bias current an 18ga 2mH inductor will drop 1.54V and a 14ga 2mH will drop .62V .The tweeter amp won't care about the last .92V .The $20 or so you could save here might be better spent on film caps.
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