Conjunctive filter for 36 watter

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Conjunctive filter for 36 watter

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Hey guys. RF was caused by some bad dress. Much nicer now. Curious about adding a conjunctive filter to take some of the brittleness out of the amp. Switchable, since I like it in some situations. I've used it before in 18 waters with good results. Like Hammonds, I've used a .002uF/2KV cap and a 10k/5 watt resistor in series between plates. Can I use these same values and run a single circuit between the OT primaries, or should I run two separate circuits? Just mucking around with ideas. Thanks.
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Re: Conjunctive filter for 36 watter

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I would take the 18 watt values and halve the resistance since a 36 watt has 1/2 of the OT primary reflected impedance

Then double the cap value so the filter stays at about the same frequency

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