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RE: Sorry, but I'm skeptical

Tre',

I don't know if you've ever looked at any of the early Hammond Organ Company amps, but they were big fans of choke-input power supplies. It's known that they designed with reliability in mind because they wanted to establish a reputation for electric organs as equipment that could be relied on and didn't need frequent service -- like tube replacement.

Many of their early amps use an L-C-L-C power supply.


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