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I take it you are talking about the transformer's regulation Phillip ? IME it is usually small transformers that produce a higher than advertised voltage when loaded with a much smaller current draw than they are specified at.

Even if the voltage was higher then the regulators will drop it to the same voltage as it was before.
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Well that's were youd be wrong. They both produce secondaries of 30v.

As did the original 50va transformer.

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Twas supposed to a picture of my definitive mono blocks.
625va 45v transformer and 33,000 uf per mono with some boards I discoverd. And a green led per box.

I'll have to figure out why it isn't loading.

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Now my amps are finished. I'm doing a lenco ptp.
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A picture of my amps in october

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Daniel Quinn wrote: Fri Feb 12, 2021 7:41 pm Now my amps are finished. I'm doing a lenco ptp.
What’s a ptp
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It's uses the motor, idler, bearing and platter of a lenco. The rest is discarded. The ptp refers to the metal structure you buy to support the lenco parts.

You've then got your imagination to build a plinth.

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