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Re: [TCML] Silent Spark Gap

Hi Amir,

Lots of ways of boxing in your spark gap but they make very little noise.
Watch a video of a DRSSTC running and you will see this will drown out
most spark gap noise.


Colin Heath

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On 06/06/2013 06:13, "Amir Mojarradi" <ln2guy42@xxxxxxx> wrote:

>Hi everyone, 
>Is there anyway to build an enclosure around the spark gap in a small
>SGTC in order to muffle the noise as much as possible?
>I am building a small coil for display in an office setting and want to
>keep it as quiet as possible...
>Thank you, 
>Amir Mojarradi
>Los Angeles, CA
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