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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Combine stereo outputs for twice voltage?
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Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2002 11:37:33 +1100
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"John Fields" wrote in message
> On Fri, 27 Dec 2002 09:59:30 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> >"John Fields" wrote in message
> >> On Wed, 25 Dec 2002 06:22:49 GMT, Peter Nielsen
> >> wrote:
> >> >I am aware of paralleling amp outputs for more current, and bridge
> >> >configurations ... but is there anyway to add indentical signals from
> >> >the stereo outputs of an audio amp to derive one channel at twice the
> >> >voltage?
> >> ---
> >> Would it be possible for you to post a little more information about
> >> the amplifier you have in mind for the application, the load, and
> >> the application itself?
> > ** You must NOT ask that - it is BREAKING the **RULES**.
> >> For example, it would be helpful to know if the outputs of the amp
> >> provide single-ended bipolar outputs swinging between + and - rails
> >> referenced to ground or bridged outputs referenced to half of the
> >> (positive?) supply rail. What kind of power are you expecting the
> >> amp to supply to the load? Are the amp outputs DC coupled to the
> >> load? Any other tidbits would also be nice.
> > ** NO - on a NG you MUST make wild guesses as to all the relevant
> > No question poster is EVER to be queried or doubted. Ask Mr Meyer.
> > These wonton boys are GODS. We are their flies.
> Back off, Phil.
** For Christ's sake John - do I have to always put smileys in for all
the Yanks ??
Or write "beware - sarcasm up ahead" ?
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