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Old 14th October 2012, 09:16 PM   #71
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Still, carefully designed layout is more important in any case. With proper layout advantages of vacuum rectifiers play no role anymore, while lesser sag under the load leads to preference of SS rectifiers.
Technically speaking, yes. Some prefer the "softer" bass from a sagging supply. Perhaps to compensate for the boomyness of the loudspeaker. Anyway, it's a beautiful hobby
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