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From: "Trevor Wilson"
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Subject: Re: Class B amplifiers: what are the large low-value resistors for?
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 12:15:07 +1100
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"Phil Allison" wrote in message
> "Trevor Wilson" wrote in message
> > "Phil Allison" wrote in message
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> > > ** Will not the maker's specs or a reviewer's test do you ??
> > **Sure. Do you have a reference?
> *** Go and ask the Kef people - find someone over 40.
> I remember seeing the design discussed in magazines, the
> published figures and reviews - but that was over 20 years ago. Seems
> W recalls it too.
**OK, so you have no reference. When you come up with one, then you will
have some proof. For the record: I used to sell KEF 104.2 speakers. I am
intimately aware of the sales hypes surrounding the use of conjugate
matching in that model. I am also aware of how complex the crossover is,
inside the KEF 104.2. What I don't have (nor do you, it seems) is any
evidence to show that the bass humps are reduced to a resistive line, in
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