We all know how much a good Power Supply is important in the audio domain, and that’s exactly why Allo designed this clever accessory. A Capacitance Multiplier is designed to make a small capacitor function like a capacitor that is much, much larger. This means that by attaching the Capacitance Multiplier to your PSU of choice (even a noisy switching one) it will reduce the output ripple and noise to almost negligible levels (less than 5mV up to 1Mhz), therefore increasing Audio quality of the device that’s powering (ideally a Class D power amplifier). This circuit is very suitable for class A and class D amplifiers or even to feed clean power to your SBCs.
- Designed to make a small capacitor function like a capacitor that is much, much larger
- Reduces the output ripple/noise of any PSU to almost negligible levels (less than 5mV up to 1Mhz)
- The output voltage will track the input voltage (- dropout voltage)
- Suitable for class A and class D amplifiers
- Suitable to feed clean power to your SBCs
- Dropout voltage is trim pot selectable
Please note: This is not a voltage regulator. The output voltage will track the input voltage (- dropout voltage).
|Max / Min||30V IN / MIN 6V IN|
|Dropout Voltage||Trim pot selectable from 0-3V (dropout voltage should always be higher than ripple / noise of PSU)|
|Power Dissipation||Dropout Voltage x A used = W of heat|
|Suitability||This circuit is very suitable for class A and class D amplifiers or even to feed clean power to your SBCs|
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS
Since we received some complaints for custom fees, Allo has decided to offer shipping from Europe as well. If you select “Shipping from Europe” all custom fees will be included in the order, and therefore prepaid by Allo. You can still order with “Shipping from India”, but VAT and custom fees may apply and been added when delivered.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL CUSTOMERS
This product is shipped from India. International customers are responsible for any VAT and/or customs fees. These are beyond our control and will be based on declared value which is the board cost plus any options.