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In Reply to: RE: Picture of mod. Music is playing and no smoke posted by Cousin Billy on January 07, 2016 at 12:57:55
If we look at the picture in the previous post.
My grey wire is coming off a tag strip. A green/yellow striped wire is running from there to the transformer. I think Ralph called this a 'ground' reference wire. It doesn't matter what it's called. There are obviously other wires coming to the tag strip. This all on one side.
Here's my question;
Is voltage 'coming' from the this tag strip, and into my capacitors?
Or is voltage 'going' to the tag strip?
Which direction is the voltage travelling through the HV supply caps?
Another technical question.
If these coupling caps connect the 'top of the differential cascode' (V2) to the 'driver tube' (V4), then the voltage travels from V2 to the driver tube V4. Yes?
Plate of the top tube in the dual-diff cascode to grid of the driver tube, yes. Where else could the signal voltage (AC) flow but from one node to the other? You might want to observe the directionality indicated by the color-coded leads of the Vcaps.
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