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Interesting! On Felix Topic, the authors and testers found that the best chokes for amplifiers, at 115V, that doesn't constraint dynamics, are the JW Miller 17A ou 20A. For 230V the 9.3A was used with success, maybe because of more current available...Even the JW Miller 9.3A has more Inductance and less DC Resistance than Coilcraft 5A.I have a friend that use Coilcraft 10A for their Amplifier, and he likes the result...Did you also test them?For Earth, you can try Schurter DENO ...
I doubt the reactance of the DENO could be a problem. The range it works in, the type of wire, and the amount of resistance don't point towards a reactive quality during a ground fault. jn do you really think it'd even be noticeable? I doubt dozens of them in a row would make a difference.
jn do you really think it'd even be noticeable?
Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm unaware of any audiophile that build their system into the conduit of their pool.
You're talking about electrical bonding. Those codes mean nothing for those that are using these items in electronics. I'm certain Schurter didn't intend for their devices to be used in electrical bonding situations.
Nothing is rated near 80a in the case of electronics. The very socket in the wall is not. Many devices have fuses as well.
I'd like to know how you figure 60hz is going to become thermal.
An Introduction to AC Ground-Fault Loop Impedance Testing ?
Another note: If you have two devices, like a pre and amp, and one shorts to ground, you are now using the shield of the IC to try and hold chassis potential down. jn
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