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Old 16th April 2019, 12:02 PM   #2001
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I have not tried the Mofo with Wayne's BA linestage (hopefully next weekend)
but there should be no issue with impedance.

Can't say how it will work with your horns. My speakers are only 89dB/W and
it was perfectly quiet.
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Old 16th April 2019, 01:11 PM   #2002
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you'll be good , maybe even lesser R in CRC

though , you can always resort to CLC

just solve it on the fly
Thanks Zenmod. It is good to know that! I was thinking that it may be insufficient.
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everything is possible , even wooden stove
Around 1800, in Philadelphia, they used a wood *boiler* for some years. This powered a water-pump for the city. In the New World, iron was costly, trees were cheap. Fire-box was, IIRC, brick-lined (clay was cheap), fire went through an iron box under the water. But the water chamber was all wood and held steam pressure. Yes, pressure in those days may be less than one atmosphere, and 12" (30cm) was not considered big wood those days. Wood rots slow if constantly wet, anyway replacing large timbers was routine maintenance. A foot of wood is much better insulation than a finger of cork over iron; low fuel consumption. They had some small extra trouble because crude iron, water, and wood together make more trouble than any two alone; also pine and oak together are bad. But it ran for a decade or two before rising water demand and falling cost of iron led to a complete new project. Apparently there were others.

Note that this was used to distill spirits before pumping water. They knew what was important.
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Default Fun combo

I briefly tried Wayne's BA2018 preamp with the Mofo. Initial impression
is quite positive.

The preamp, with a 2V input and wide-open volume pot, produced
a clean 7.3V output at ~0.02% distortion. That should correspond to about
6W into 8 ohms.

I'm going to try to listen some more next weekend.
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Good evening, gentlemen.
Im a newcomer to this forum so I need your advice.
For the Mofo (version 19 Volts and 193 T Hammond).
I just tested a linear alimantation with a transformer of 300 VA ( 2X15 vots) plus diode bridge and 44,000 F filtering.
I mounted a series of resistors to drain 1.7 A , the voltage is 19.5 Volts in charge.
For this voltage there, the setting of 1.7A is correct?
By thanking you in advance.
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