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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Combine stereo outputs for twice voltage?
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Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2002 13:36:53 +1100
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"James Meyer" wrote in message
> On Thu, 26 Dec 2002 10:26:16 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> >> The original question was for "identical signals" from both channels.
> >> That means that antiphase signals can't be used.
> > ** That is taking the OP *very* literally.
> I've learned to do that.
** Then rapidly unlearn. That is dumb.
Baring any evidence to the contrary, it's best to take someone at his word.
** You have not got someone's "word" dickhead.
> > Peter also stated that he was> familiar with bridge circuits so he was
probably looking for a different >way.
> > ** But never said why or the application. Like most PITAs.
> Maybe the application is a secret. Maybe it's too silly for words. The
> application doesn't matter as long as you meet the design criteria put
> the original RFH (request for help).
** You ARE from planet Mars - right ? Total insanity.
> >> If the amplifier in questiion has transformer coupled outputs
> > ** Huh ? A vlave amp ?
> Vlaves aren't the only type of output devices that have been used with
** Planet Pluto ? Must be dark and mysterious where you com from.
> >and if the> >> chassis ground that is usually made at one end of the
output winding can
> >be>> disconnected without changing the negative feedback,
> > ** With no feedback?
> Some feedback circuits use the voltage generated across the speaker
> winding. Some use the voltage at the primary side. If the feedback is
> primary, then you can have both sides of the speaker winding unconnected
> ground. Obviously, if the feedback is from the speaker winding and you
> disconnect one side from ground, then you've seriously screwed up the
** Another Solar System for sure.
> >then it's a simple matter>> to connect the windings in series-aiding for
twice the voltage and each> >channel >> will have identical signals.
> > ** Damn sight easier to invert one channel's input and use bridge
> Nobody said it wasn't easier to do it that way. But if you do, then you
> aren't playing the game by the rules.
** What f......g rules ? You just made that up dickhead.
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