|Author:||mcneb (registered user: 43 posts ) |
|Date:|| Sun, Mar 19th, 2017 @ 13:45 ( . )|
Thank you for the answer. My thoughts on the bias voltage regulator was it would float with any voltage variance to within a set amount, say 2 volts of the target but be constant within that range. Then as the amp voltage sags under hard use, it would float with that too. If the wall voltage is 120vac Sunday morning then Monday night it's 110vac the regulator would keep the bias set according to the "sense or found" voltage. BUT, I was thinking, if it was useful many builders would have done it. Thanks again.