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Old 4th April 2005, 11:22 PM   #21
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Originally posted by resident
How much must be the total resistance of the voltage divider?
R1+R2= ?
Up to you; it isn't exactly critical. Just make sure that it doesn't pass so much current that it produces too much excess heat. Size it appropriately, and the potential divider will also be an effective bleeder.

With cathode followers, the load is simply moved to the cathode circuit, and the signal taken off between the cathode and the load.
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thank you for your answer.
My design isn't a CF but I suppose that.... it's up to me....
I have done some searches on internet and I saw that around 200K is OK.
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