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Old 30th August 2002, 10:48 PM   #41
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Default Perhaps

Perhaps the phenomena in question has something to do with the relationship of the inductance of the secondary - the resistance from the secondary to the capacitors - the capacitance - and the waveform ??
You could just be right...
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Old 1st September 2002, 05:44 AM   #42
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After listening a couple of days and re-connect one 15,000uf to each supply rail. The result is much better now, everything is balance;

3 X 15000uf per rail; sound strangled, max out bass
2 X 15000uf per rail; balanced sound
1 X 15000uf per rail; excelent dynamic, but thin sounding

All above bias Iq at 4A for Class A mono blocks

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Old 29th November 2002, 12:17 AM   #43
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Default regulators and transient response....

I was going to use a regulator on my project, but my teacher talked me out of it. He said that it results in poorer transient response. Is this true?
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the error voltage and then respond to it -- this takes time and compensation.
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Old 21st April 2004, 05:15 PM   #45
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Originally posted by Petter
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