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Are there any problems when installing a power amplifier (20-30w) inside the same enclosure as the exciter, limiter and stereo encoder?

Using the existing BNC connecter (Output) of the transmitter, is there an ideal length for the cable to the input of the power amplifier?

When being powered from an external power source, are any precautions necessary on the dc feedlines as far as length, isolation or placement that may interfere with the transmitter's output?

Thanks for you feedback...
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Thank you for your response to my questions!

Over the years I have been involved with many forums, whose general objective is to provide users seeking information upon like subjects, by sharing the knowledge, thus preventing the reinvention of the wheel. I have to admit that this is the rudest, most ignorant forum I have ever logged on to. I had not realized that this was some kind of private club or an employment agency for would be know it alls! I would suggest that you close this forum to the general public, obviously as a support forum it is a total loss and not worth the time and effort to attempt to join such a worthless source of information, populated by “smart a**” losers.

Thanks again for you ignorant response to my questions. I will go elsewhere! Thanks for the heads-up!
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One smarta** loser anyway.

Re your question. I am guessing here that if you don't go too wild on the amp by using lot of power, that it would work fine in the same enclosure. At the 20 - 30 watt level you may need to do some shielding to prevent RF feed back (which causes all kinds of problems). Shielding is pretty easy to do if you know what you are doing. (I am thinking a metal chassis inside your transmitter (ventilated, of course).

The way I see it, go ahead and try it. You don't have much to lose other than an hour or two of your time.

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