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Old 1st April 2011, 06:39 PM   #71
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It would work. It will have some inductance being wirewound. I'm not sure if it all gets swamped by the bypass cap. Also, as was brought up in another thread on this topic, you don't want to entirely replace the resistor with one of these. You want to add some series resistance because you never want to have zero resistance between the cathode and ground.
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