The results are in.
Ive made some very specific measurements and comparisons of the whole bias circuit with the existing capacitors and then with their replacements.
The biggest change I noted was one I wasn't testing for; my air conditioner.
When the AC unit cycled on during testing of the old caps, I recorded a change of 20volts DC during its initial turn on and naturally leveled back to normal
With the new caps later, the air conditioner cycled on and I recorded a voltage change of less than 4V DC.
As for the 100uf caps having any notable effect of the bias circuit....... No. The DC waveform did smooth out as a result
BEFORE Old 50uf's
AFTER New 100uf's
Of course there's a movie!!!! Its rendering now and will be posted tomorrow
The GZ34 has been sitting in this thing for over 40 years and its a bit tired. I did expect lower than normal performance from it
360VAC measured an output of 424VDC instead of 435VDC
D - obviously was 424VDC
C - after the choke was 412VDC
B and A measured higher than expected. I believe its because I have no 7199's in to load down the A and B rails
B - read 398VDC
A - read 344VDC
Im going to put 1 7199 in (i only have 1) and remeasure A and B to see if there is a notable change in them with the 7199 in. Also I should consider a new GZ34 as they are cheap