|Author:||FredB (registered user: 2547 posts )|
|Date:||Mon, Jun 18th, 2012 @ 21:48 ( . )|
The sag is the voltage drop, more or less.
The sag is due to resistance in the power supply, which creates more voltage drop when more current is drawn through it. So, even if you went with solid state rectifiers, and added added resistance to achieve the same sag, you would probable end up with voltage being the same as the tube recto.
Any tube recto that you use with less of a voltage drop, will according have less sag. If you want the same sag with more voltage, you'd have to start with more voltage.
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