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Old 1st Dec 2020, 3:03 pm   #21
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Default Re: A Few Radio Related Questions

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I've never heard of it either and as far as i can tell neither has google

Shango066
Given that "shango066" is a colonial I guess he uses expressions with which may be unfamiliar...
My take would be the i.f. transformers of the a.m. and f.m. stages being in series between the ht supply and the anodes of the common i.f. amplifier valve(s.)
That was suggested earlier in the thread and that would be my guess too,

As for sending him a message on the relevant video i can't remember what video(s) it was where he mentioned it
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