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Old 1st April 2015, 12:36 AM   #1
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Default Mounting output tran and filter choke together

I'm finally building the "sit on a shelf and use" version of an amp I've been toying around with for a couple of months. While looking at how to layout the chassis I noticed that the power filter chokes and the output transformers have the same mounting hole spacing. This means I could mount them on the top and bottom of the aluminum chassis as show in the picture, saving a couple of screw holes and using the available space better. Is there any kind of interference that could occur here? It seem unlikely to me, but I figured I should ask.

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Is there any kind of interference that could occur here?
Yes, Dynaco did something like this in the Stereo 70, but that channel always had a little more hum than the other one.
Maybe if the chassis is thick steel, or if an extra steel plate is under the choke.
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Can work, that is exactly how my Bottlehead S.E.X amp is laid out.
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