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Old 12th May 2019, 04:40 PM   #21
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Just measured my f5 with 6x 47000uf and Hammond 159zl psu. Ripple is .5mv.
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Old 12th May 2019, 05:34 PM   #22
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Just measured my f5 with 6x 47000uf and Hammond 159zl psu. Ripple is .5mv.
That's impressive.My F7ish with 36Kuf/0.11R/36Kuf per polarity measures 46mv RMS.Funny,a sim I built using my values measures 2mv RMS ripple using 159zl specs. That's fairly close.Thanks for the info.
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Old 12th May 2019, 10:56 PM   #23
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I had a quick search and didn't find the info I was after.
Are their any guide lines as to the inductance and dcr of the inductor to use in any given CLC supply ?
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say no more than 0R5 of Rdc

say no less than 2mH
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...guide lines as to the inductance and dcr of the inductor to use in any given CLC supply ?...
Try to aim for 20mH-100mH, near 1 Ohm. (Less will ring, more is distressing voltage drop.)
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Try to aim for 20mH-100mH, near 1 Ohm. (Less will ring, more is distressing voltage drop.)
We have 2 differing opinions here.Anybody care to chime in.
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Well,I have installed 2 Hammond 159ZL,10mH,5A,0.16 ohm chokes in my amp.Ripple went from 46mv rms to 4mv rms (Fluke 8060A meter).As far as sound I have to say that the bass has more authority,amp seems to have more cojones.I just did the swap yesterday and have to spend more time listening for a more complete assesment.But definetly bass stood out immediately.
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