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How Carver Amps work class 1 : Magnetic Field Coil
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#11 Posted: Monday, April 4, 2016 10:51:26 AM(UTC)
 
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Bumping this back to the top.. Great teaching and a chance to learn in this thread. After I read it 3-4 times, I actually start to comprehend.. Maybe an old dog can learn new tricks?
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#12 Posted: Monday, April 4, 2016 3:03:44 PM(UTC)
 
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Good idea Jim, I've read it several times because I like it and it's Carver. Still is unclear to me so I'll read it all again. Thanks for the bump.

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I spent a few hours this morning learning about switch mode power supplies and the basics of how they work vs linear amps with big, heavy, expensive transformers. Afterward I reread this post by Nahash, Bobs designs are much easier to grasp with the help of Nahash, after a basic understanding of the switch mode power supply.. Some good learning online about the SMPS @ youtube..
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Thank you so very much for starting this thread!! I have the - most - basic - understanding of electronics (car batteries can weld your wrench to the fender  ) but you've made it an easy read for me.
 
Yes, I have to re-read it and then read again but I can reach the fruit on this tree of knowledge!
 
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Wow, you guys rock in the understanding of the Carver electronics maze. You should hear me try to explain that idea.
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Thank you so very much for starting this thread!! I have the - most - basic - understanding of electronics (car batteries can weld your wrench to the fender  ) but you've made it an easy read for me.
 
Yes, I have to re-read it and then read again but I can reach the fruit on this tree of knowledge!
 
I wants moar pow-wah talk! 
Couldn't agree more.. Hahash is an excellent teacher. He makes it interesting which is another quality of a great teacher. His knowledge also makes him a busy man, but his teaching skills are excellent and appreciated.. 
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Just bumping this one back to life because it is so damn good! Thanks again Greg.
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Ar9Jim;302205 wrote:
Just bumping this one back to life because it is so damn good! Thanks again Greg.


Thank you jim for the "bump"! Never had the chance to read this until now.

The 3 separate explanations by hashy should be required reading by all on the site. Great job taking a difficult concept and explaining it to those of us without the "engineering" background.

Now if I could only explain what I read to my family and friends!


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