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Old 12th March 2018, 10:29 PM   #231
Todd Mills is offline Todd Mills  Canada
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My transformers finally arrived today so I am ready to start wiring everything up. I just need a matched pair of JFETS from the DIY store when they become available.
My question is whether or not I need one speaker protection board(from the DIY shop) for each channel. I am already going to use one inrush board per channel as I am using a 1000VA transformer and 264,000uf for each channel. Does it make sense to run two speaker protection boards or will one suffice. This is a single chassis dual mono build.
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Old 12th March 2018, 11:03 PM   #232
Erlend Sæterdal is offline Erlend Sæterdal  Denmark
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I bought 2 pairs and have one pair I do not need.
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Old 20th March 2018, 11:08 AM   #233
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Hey Guys

My transformers finally arrived today so I am ready to start wiring everything up. I just need a matched pair of JFETS from the DIY store when they become available.
My question is whether or not I need one speaker protection board(from the DIY shop) for each channel. I am already going to use one inrush board per channel as I am using a 1000VA transformer and 264,000uf for each channel. Does it make sense to run two speaker protection boards or will one suffice. This is a single chassis dual mono build.
If you want to stay double mono.... yes, you'll need 2 protection boards - 1 per channel
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