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Question about Applying SUS-2 to See-saw Inverter
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I'm working on designing a new amp.  I've used SUS kits before and really like them but have question: When applying the SUS-2 kit to cathode bias amp with the "Old Style" See-saw Inverter is it okay to lift the grid-leak connections to ground even though one of the triodes is sending signal to the other?  Will this affect the operation of the phase inverter?  Here's link to style of inverter: http://ampwares.com/schematics/deluxe_5b3.pdf  Huh
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Question about Applying SUS-2 to See-saw Inverter - by makinrose - 05-05-2019, 01:19 AM

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