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lightmaster
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select current draw
02/17/07 at 00:44:53
 
hei guys
do you know how much current does the select draw?

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Re: select current draw
Reply #1 - 02/17/07 at 01:13:51
 
Select CSP2 SPECIFICATIONS

Weight   13 lbs. ea.
Dimensions   8.5" H x 7.250" W x 14.75" D
Circuit type    Single ended Class A Triode OTL
Output   Adjustable 0 ~ 36 volts
Input voltage    250mv ~ 5.0 volts
Noise / Hum   Less   than 0.5 millivolts
Input Impedance  
100 KOhms
Output Impedance  
< 60 ohms
Response   5 Hz ~ 70 kHz
Feedback   ZERO negative feedback used
Rectification   5Y3GT tube rectification
Signal tubes    6N1P or 6922 or 6Dj8
Transformers   Transformer custom made for this   pre amplifier by Decware
Biasing   Self-Biasing circuit - never needs adjustment
Resistors   All resistors are audiophile grade
Signal Cap    Audiophile grade poly film/foil
Filter Caps    All filter caps   are premium quality  
AC cord    Fused IEC connector provided with removable power cord
Consumption   65 watts at full power  
Input jacks    RCA type 24K Gold / Teflon
Output jacks    RCA type 24K Gold / Teflon
Headphone jack  
1/4 inch stereo jack
Warranty   Lifetime to original owner / 90 days on tubes

(Page 10 of the posted owner's manual .pdf)

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Re: select current draw
Reply #2 - 02/17/07 at 10:04:45
 
hei thxs
i had that info but what about the current? is it 0.2 AMP??? for a 220 volt unit
not very familiar with conversion of electric values???
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Re: select current draw
Reply #3 - 02/17/07 at 16:56:46
 
Volts x amps  = watts  

65 watts/120 volts  =  .54 amps      
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Reply #4 - 02/17/07 at 18:49:27
 
Hi All,   I might be wrong, but I think lightmaster was asking for the currant draw of a select AMP not the CSP2 PREAMP that 9anda1f posted the specs for.   Thanks,Tish
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Re: select current draw
Reply #5 - 02/17/07 at 23:14:04
 
Tish wrote on 02/17/07 at 18:49:27:
Hi All,   I might be wrong, but I think lightmaster was asking for the currant draw of a select AMP not the CSP2 PREAMP that 9anda1f posted the specs for.   Thanks,Tish


Hey Tish, 9anda1f did actually post the correct specs, the only thing wrong was the header Wink but those are the specs for a select none the less Smiley
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Reply #6 - 02/18/07 at 18:51:47
 
Hi All again,  The things that got me with those specs are-CIRCUIT TYPE  single ended class a triode OTL, RECTIFICATION 5Y3GT tube rectification,TRANSFORMERS transformers custom made for this PREAMPLFIER by Decware, OUTPUT JACKS RCA type 24K gold/teflon, and HEADPHONE JACK.   I own a pair of selects and those specs just don't jive with mine. Maybe I'm missing something, Tish
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Re: select current draw
Reply #7 - 02/19/07 at 04:17:48
 
Yes,

Those were the specs for the CSP2 preamp.  The Select amp draws slightly more current - closer to .75 amp

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Re: select current draw
Reply #8 - 02/22/07 at 20:11:48
 
thank you guys, i am changing my power cord and needed that info to select the right wire.


that is for a 110 volts or my 220 volts? i live in the old continent Smiley
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Re: select current draw
Reply #9 - 02/24/07 at 12:46:41
 
My SV83 monos draw 140 W for the pair once warmed up.

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