AW: [ETF] Line voltage in Langenargen?
Blum, Kurt /JUVENA CH
Blum.Kurt at juvena.ch
Mon Oct 4 02:49:06 CDT 2004
Interesting ! What do you demonstrate with your "distortion box" at the ETF
How do you measure the distortion, with a soundcard or high tech FFT?
Why I ask these questions, I have two HP3581A Wave Analyzer and I will sell
one, if it works proper on the ETF.
Also I like to learn more about distortion and distortion measurement and
Von: triodefest-l-bounces at mailman.soundlist.org
[mailto:triodefest-l-bounces at mailman.soundlist.org]Im Auftrag von Guido
Gesendet: Sonntag, 3. Oktober 2004 17:36
An: Peter Millett; triodefest-l at lists.io.com
Betreff: Re: [ETF] Line voltage in Langenargen?
I'd suspect 230V, but I am not sure
If you like, I can bring a variac, so we can tune your distortion box to
whateer mains voltage required
Good to hear you'll be back this year
all the best
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Millett" <pmillett at hotmail.com>
To: <triodefest-l at lists.io.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 2004 5:33 PM
Subject: [ETF] Line voltage in Langenargen?
> Hi folks -
> I've been working on my distortion demo box for ETF, and I found it can be
> little sensitive to line voltage.
> I've added some regulation to help the issue, but I'd like to set it up at
> as close to what I'll see there as possible.
> So, anybody have an idea what the line voltage (nominal and variation) I
> should expect in Langenargen?
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