From: "Arny Krueger"
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Subject: Re: Cancel speaker resistance?
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 16:38:30 EDT
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 20:38:30 GMT
"GregS" wrote in message
> In article <0Aqh9.381$HT1.email@example.com>, "Arny
> Krueger" wrote:
>> "GregS" wrote in message
>>> In article , John
>>> Devereux wrote:
>>>> "Kevin Aylward" wrote:
>>>>> I agree. A pure current drive would sound dreadful. However,
>>>>> inserting a resistance of the order of 4-10 ohms to mimic tube
>>>>> type output impedances has, debatable maybe, been considered
>>>>> to "improve" sound.
>>> I don't think output Z has anything to do.
>> It does. It can effectively add an equalizer in front of the
>> electrical input to the speaker.
> I forgot about that. But each speaker load would change
> differently and sound different, but not necessarily go into
> tubed sound.
I've studied quite a few impedance curves, and they do strongly tend
to follow a pattern. Peak in the LF range dip, Peak in the middle
range, dip, peak at the high end.