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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Combine stereo outputs for twice voltage?
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Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2002 12:02:16 +1100
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"John Woodgate" wrote in message
> I read in sci.electronics.design that Phil Allison
> wrote (in ) about 'Combine
> stereo outputs for twice voltage?', on Wed, 25 Dec 2002:
> > ** That effectively parallels the outputs of the two channels -
> >risky with most amps. A 1:1 tranny will reverse the phase of one
> >but best fitted at the input to save cost.
> > I think there is something the OP is not telling us.
> Phil, he specifically said 'identical signals'. I thus assumed he was
> going to run both amps from the same signal.
** What do you think is behind the OP's question ??
He has an weird aversion to bridge mode?
His amp has no bridging switch fitted?
He misunderstands that bridge mode doubles the voltage ?
> Yes, inverting the input to one channel and then running the amplifier
> in bridge mode is a good solution, but to a slightly different question
> from the one the OP asked.
** The OP's question is not explained nor his purpose in asking. I do not
treat NG questions like they are set on some exam paper and require
answering exactly as writ - real people are asking them for all sorts of
strange reasons they imagine are obvious to others but are not. Answers
posted may be construed as advice to the OP and many others as well.
Do you really think a using three winding transformer is good advice
for combining the outputs of some unspecified stereo amplifier ? Even to
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