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In Reply to: RE: 5u4 choke input question posted by rage on April 02, 2021 at 08:26:34
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After a choke you can use any value, but diminishing returns using any capacitor higher than 470uF. With 10HY, 100uf is plenty of capacitance. Rough guide is 10HY + 100uF is equal to a 1000uF capacitor.
The easiest is indeed to use the PSUD2 (www.duncanamps.com)
A swingingchoke is a very difficult choke. Used for class B amplifiers as i remember well and has to be costumised for your amplifier. Not very interesting this kind of choke.
If you not use the right components/values for rectifier/C/R/L you can easely have a resonance circuit with to high values for the components you have used in your circuit.
If reliability is importent for you (or your costumers) check your power supply with PSUD2 , it really helps to avoid the big problems/mistakes.
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