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Subject: Re: Combine stereo outputs for twice voltage?
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Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 10:50:41 +1100
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"Peter Nielsen" wrote in message
> Hi Guys,
> It's the OP here. I have been away for a few days.
> Yes, I realize bridging doubles the voltage.
> What I had in mind was something more like additive synthesis. I
> thought perhaps this could be done by isolating the grounds of the
> outputs from each other somehow.
> I have seen "ladders" of power transistors used in a similar way when
> the desired voltage outputput exceeds their individual rating.
> Sorry if my ignorance or lack of clarity has lead to any
** Ambiguous questions are the norm - don't bother to apologise. Some
here are yet to learn how to properly deal with them.
Did you have any particular application in mind?
There are a several possible bridge mode output arrangements, some
having one side grounded allowing two such stages to be bridged. Crown use
this in many of their Macrotech models. That allows them to use cheaper low
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