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what differences between 3H or 12H choke?


 
4/14/2005 8:05 PM
bono what differences between 3H or 12H choke?
What differences would I notice in useing a 12H choke instead of a 3H choke in my 50watt amp? Thanks!
 
4/14/2005 8:46 PM
MarkB
Have you read Randall Aiken's page on chokes in his Tech Info section?
 
 
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4/15/2005 4:24 AM
Carl Gigun
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try it
 
4/15/2005 12:14 PM
pierre debs
another grain of salt:  
Again I experimented in the past with henries. 20H in my circuit deadened the overall sound, made it real sterile in a pp el34 class a  
OT 3K4. I use now a 220 ohm resistor and 1K in series to the screen grids. VEry lively.
 
4/15/2005 12:33 PM
RedHouse
Sometimes it's helpfull to put a link in a post that suggests someone should go read something.
 
4/15/2005 2:21 PM
MarkB
A person too lazy to type a few words into Google doesn't deserve to be helped.  
 
 
 
Get a clue, Nimrod.
 
4/15/2005 5:29 PM
stokes
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Heres the link to the site in question-http://www.aikenamps.com.
 
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