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Old 24th September 2002, 07:01 PM   #11
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Lots of info so far but I still wonder how the frequency response is for a MC pickup with different R and C and a high impedance input (like my monster amp). Anyone who knows? I'm interested technically, not just how it sounds.
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Lots of info so far but I still wonder how the frequency response is for a MC pickup with different R and C and a high impedance input (like my monster amp). Anyone who knows? I'm interested technically, not just how it sounds.
dice45 has given a long answer in the "twin" thread. MC load, normal input characteristics Thanks once again.
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"Lots of info so far but I still wonder how the frequency response is for a MC pickup with different R and C and a high impedance input (like my monster amp). Anyone who knows? I'm interested technically, not just how it sounds."

I believe several references gave source impedances of a few moving coil cartriges. Go plug the numbers in a Spice model and stop being such a pest! I thought you were an engineer.You are stating to remind me of a vampire. Why don't you go suck the life out of some other forum.

"I'm very interested in your ideas, can you present them. Sorry for the threadjacking. Please start a new thread if/when you will answer me."

You mean getting free design advice. Maybe he will sell it to you so you can sell PCBs to others.



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Old 25th September 2002, 10:24 PM   #14
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Go plug the numbers in a Spice model and stop being such a pest! I thought you were an engineer. You are stating to remind me of a vampire. Why don't you go suck the life out of some other forum.
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You mean getting free design advice. Maybe he will sell it to you so you can sell PCBs to others.
Thank you artnyos for you kind words.
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Why am I getting free advice here about MC pickups? I don't have any and will probely not buy any either nor do I know anybody nearby who has. That's why I asking people here which maybe know something practical AND theoretical.
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Old 25th September 2002, 10:52 PM   #17
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Well, Art must have very very high expections for the level
of competence of newbies on this board. To really understand
theoretically what you were asking would probably require
double masters degrees, both in EE and Mech. eng.. Probably
Art has a PhD in each, an expects everybody else to have that
to. Unfortunately I've only got one PhD, and not in either of
these subjects, so I cannot help you.

BTW, I am also interested in the answer to your questions, but
at least Bernhard has shed some light on the issue.
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