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Hi, After completing my dac, I turned to turntable motor power supply, by this I am talking about AC synchronous motor not the DC type. Generally, these motors are either 12V (Rega, Thorens etc) or 24V or 120V (Linn) and at 50Hz (or 60Hz) run at
Hi All, I'm new to the forum and is also a bonafide noob to tube audio. I'm putting together a dynakit/triode MKIII kit with the Poseidon driver board and SDS Lab capacitor kit. I have no trouble following the instruction until I got fancy and bought
The Dynaco PAS preamps have a DC supply for their filaments. The Dynaco tube power amps do not. Suitable power supplies can be found or built quite cheaply for use as an external regulated DC filament supply. Has anyone tried such an outboard one, and
I am planning on building a power supply to run one of my battery radios and i need advise on how to do this.It will need to be able to supply the following voltages.A)2V B+)135,67,45 C-)-9.I plan on using a 80 globe as the rect.tube as the radio is from