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Old 14th August 2010, 09:06 AM   #1
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Default Super high current power inductor,low resistance.Digital amplifier special inductance

1).Compact size using flat wire,DIP type
2).Low radiation noise by magnetically shielded construction.
3).Super high current,Low resistance
4).Wide frequency range,~1MHZ
5).The optimal design realizes high quality sound and low distortion.

Suitable as choke for digital amp,Car audio,LCD and PDP TV,5.1ch Home theater tec.

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