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In Reply to: RE: In my direct-coupled 45 amp....some observations posted by coronadope on March 03, 2017 at 17:42:30
I think Jack is right!
Now, think about this: twisting creates partial Common-Mode shorting (lead-to-lead). It also creates more Common-Mode itself!
Now, where in your circuits would you WANT that, and where do you NOT want that?!
Edits: 03/03/17Follow Ups:
Hi Dennis, what thoughts on twisting things like heater wires and choke wires? I notice in some vintage amps heaters are not twisted (e.g. Leak Stereo 20).
DHT tube, or indirect? DHT-- don't twist, instead, float the wires in empty space inside chassis. Don't let them get near ANYTHING.
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