From: Winfield Hill
Subject: Re: Choosing the right transformer
Date: 19 Jan 2003 07:56:37 -0800
Organization: Rowland Institute
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Phil Allison wrote...
> Chuck Simmons wrote
>> Phil Allison wrote:
>>> Chuck Simmons wrote
>>>> Yes, whatever.
>>> ** Screw you shithead.
>> Charmed I'm sure.
> ** That was a stupid and offensive remark.
I'm learning the parameters of special vision, wherein "Yes,
whatever" and "Charmed I'm sure" are unacceptable offensive
remarks if made by others, while "Bullshit" and "Screw you
shithead" and much worse are fine, but only if made by ___.
The rest of us aren't allowed to use such foul language,
not that we miss it (OK, I can think of a few exceptions).
[ placeholder for more foul examples in response, here ]
You know, it's not that I want to read that kind of s---,
but the thread title "Choosing the right transformer" and
the issue of supply regulation with class D amplifiers does
interest me and I clicked over here hoping to find a useful
For example, the complexity and cost of a regulated power
supply, whether linear or switching, rapidly exceeds that
of a high-tech modulator and class-D output stage. But the
alternate choice to use output feedback with an unregulated
supply can spoil the high-quality class-D output that's
otherwise possible with no feedback. Reading a few dozen
papers written by experts on the subject, studying some data
sheets and schematics, and thinking back on my experience in
this area, makes the issue simultaneously clear and muddy to
me. Reading a discussion of these issues would be welcome.
However I was mistaken about this thread, and clearly should
have carefully examined the authors list first, to spot ___.