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RE: Choke inductance - lower currents?

Hello!

Thank you for your answer. Good to know that the input choke doesn´t need to "swing" as much as I first thought.

If I follow your recommendations my 300B monoblocks probably need bleeders with a current draw of around 40-50 mA and that will indeed produce a lot of heat. I probably make separate power supplies for the input and driver stage to get better flexibility when experimenting, AND to reduce the risk of destroying everything if something goes wrong.

Regards, Vidar


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