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Old 27th November 2010, 09:47 PM  
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Originally Posted by Shea View Post
I don't know if that would make any difference, but could you switch the leads going to the input grids of the EL34s? That would be an easy fix. Or switch the inputs on the phase inverter.
Be much easier to switch the connections between finals at the primary of the OPT.

Originally Posted by el156 View Post
I cant connect the Black Wire of the OPT to Ground ,and use the yellow for 8 Ohms and feedback(through 22K resistor) because it makes PFB,so i have to connect the yellow to ground and use the black as 8 ohm for output and for NFG. Do you think that is a problem?
Might have consequences regarding stray capacitance, though whether or not that's a problem remains to be seen.
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