Bridging it means I only have one signal, so I sent it to the left channel. After that I duplicated the output when it got back into the interface, that way I can assess the final level.Try it in bridge mode first to see if the higher voltage will give you the results you are aiming for.
In order for me to really hear any change I have to drive the amp well past the redline, and at that point I'm pretty sure what im hearing is the amp. Hard to say.Can you hear or measure any third harmonic distortion when playing a 20 Hz sine wave at full volume? The transformer should distort to some extent now at low frequencies.
Thanks for the offer but the whole point was to get the 111Cs there, not another transformer.Tell you what I'll do. If you send me your 111C transformers, I will send you a pair of transformers that you can get into the brink of distortion below 40Hz, or whatever frequency you like, as much as you like. I'll pay shipping both ways. You can keep all the gear and parts you got to do this, they'll all be useful. I can even show you a way to include a knob that progressively adds distortion when turned clockwise, takes it away when turned counter-clockwise.
Thanks for helping but i already backed out of all the wiring, except for leaving the transformer in step up. Unless you're saying that I can add these things without the need of a power amp...First put on transformer output the .022 uF capacitor and 600 ohm resistor in series. That should give you the effect desired.