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Old 14th November 2008, 05:14 PM   #11
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Old 14th November 2008, 05:23 PM   #12
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Old 14th November 2008, 05:28 PM   #13
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When i feel an uncontrollable urge to share with this forum i'll make sure i start a new thread and not just get a free ride under "Great Phono Preamp"
Booo C'mon, don't be shy, share your experience, i'm ready and willing to learn something new from a Great GEB member
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Old 14th November 2008, 05:46 PM   #14
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Old 15th November 2008, 12:44 PM   #16
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Moving Coil, gain @1KHz is 64dB

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Is that an HP DSA? I wish more people would properly normalize their noise data.
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.. where is my english synonym wordbook, if it contains such insider fancy 'words'

do you write to be understood, by everyone, Scott
or only some few?

if it's so lonely at the top .. why don't come down and get some friends
use a language that is more ordinary, you do not have to feel ashamed to use words
that are plain and understandable
Nelson Pass does it - why don't you do it

Randy Newman - It's lonely at the Top
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I've been around the world
Had my pick of any girl
You'd think I'd be happy
But I'm not
Ev'rybody knows my name
But it's just a crazy game
Oh, it's lonely at the top


Listen to the band, they're playing just for me
Listen to the people paying just for me
All the applause-all the parades
And all the money I have made
Oh, it's lonely at the top

Listen all you fools out there
Go on and love me-I don't care
Oh, it's lonely at the top
Oh, it's lonely at the top
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Is that an HP DSA? I wish more people would properly normalize their noise data.
VSA, HP89410A

I'll be back soon with some 1Hz-10Hz noise data. Takes forever to measure and average...
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.. where is my english synonym wordbook, if it contains such insider fancy 'words'


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Dynamic Signal Analyser, I assume most people know HP. I thought the real content was the normalization of the FFT. When you change the number of points in the FFT the answer does not move around. Most portable recorders or mic preamps on the market come with a noise plot that does not enable you to compare apples to apples.
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VSA, HP89410A

I'll be back soon with some 1Hz-10Hz noise data. Takes forever to measure and average...
Try .00001Hz, I have. Had to prove that some wierd noise eventually went back to 1/f, it did and physics was safe again.
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