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Old 13th October 2005, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Philips V30M amplifier

Hi,

I'm looking for page/ info/ photo / schematics/ manual of philips V30M . I actuially need it for reference because I heard that it using c core. I'm experiment with c core output transformer, but just hard to get it right. My finished c core output trans give a bad looking squarewave, the top line looks a few peaks at 10khz above , just like most Hammond output trans do.

Anyone knew any page about c core or V30M? or how to solve the said distorted squarewave?


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