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Old 8th May 2020, 11:30 PM   #91
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I thought that might be the case but feel better having some extra wire around rated for the job if the need arises.



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The only thing I ended up using hookup wire for was AC signal wiring from the RCA inputs to the volume pot, from there to the board, and the AC ground wires from the negative speaker terminals, and the one RCA input ground.

The leads on my Edcore transformers and the choke were way longer than needed, and I cut most of them. I ended up using one of the lengths that I cut from a transformer for the IEC socket ground.

So, there really isn't any need to speak of for high voltage hookup wire with this design as long as your transformers still have long leads.

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