Wurkkos TS30 comprehensive review

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Wurkkos TS30 comprehensive review

Hello fellow BLFers. I have published a comprehensive review of the Wurkkos TS30. Please let me know what you think.

The review can be found here: https://www.thelab.gr/reviews/reviews-in-english/wurkkos-ts30-r803/

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Once of the best reviews I have seen. Excellent pictures.

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Thanks for the review!

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I did discuss the strange oscillation with a couple of electronics experts but without a look at the driver components (the driver is glued in place and not removable) they could not offer more insight into the cause.

Is it temperature regulation? Seem to correlate but I cannot see what causes what.

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Unheard wrote:
Thanks for the review!
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I did discuss the strange oscillation with a couple of electronics experts but without a look at the driver components (the driver is glued in place and not removable) they could not offer more insight into the cause.
Is it temperature regulation? Seem to correlate but I cannot see what causes what.

Definitely not temperature related.

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pol77 wrote:
Unheard wrote:
Thanks for the review!
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I did discuss the strange oscillation with a couple of electronics experts but without a look at the driver components (the driver is glued in place and not removable) they could not offer more insight into the cause.
Is it temperature regulation? Seem to correlate but I cannot see what causes what.

Definitely not temperature related.


Ok. Let us know what it is. The TrustFire MC1 does something that looks basically the same, but starting much earlier, long before voltage becomes critical. Maintains the slope of the curve in the minimum with several spikes. I thought it were ATR, but I might be wrong.

Really interesting.

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