It happens that I lately become heavily engaged a project that covered me from music-listening and the Morons-insulting person into a soldering and a constantly questionsasking Moron. Well, it is life.... :-(
I lately have some reasons to think about optimum requirements for SET’s out transformer if the amp handles juts a narrows bandwidth. For instance let pretend that we have 2 monoblock and each of them drive: LF <100Hz and HF >100Hz. So, would it be possible to optimize a specific transformer to push an envelop of an each reproduced range?
So, Chris, Thorsten, Dima, Joe or whoever “get” it, could you come up with some, preferably radical, ideas?
I wonder if an oversized trans with a lot and lot of iron in its core, with huge inductance of primary, with few turns and thick weirs will “do” on the LF amp. If for instance, the amp that does not handle anything under 1000Hz would be benefited if to make it with an air core?
Did anyone ever try it or hear about such an attempts? Are any seeds of an engineering wisdom that you might spread?
Romy the Cat
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