In this paper, the guidelines to design a high-voltage power converter based on the hybrid series parallel resonant topology, PRC-LCC, with a capacitor as output filter are established. As a consequence of the selection of this topology, transformer ratio, and therefore secondary volume, is reduced. The mathematical analysis provides an original equivalent circuit for the steady-state and dynamical behavior of the topology. A new way to construct high-voltage transformers is also proposed, pointing out the advantages and establishing an original method to evaluate the stray components of the transformer before construction. The way to make compatible the characteristics of both, topology and transformer is illustrated in the frame of a practical application. To demonstrate the feasibility of this solution, a high-voltage, high-power prototype is assembled and tested with good performance and similar behavior to the one predicted by the models. Experimental results are shown on this particular.