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Old 30th July 2003, 06:21 PM   #11
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Ok, I did fully understand, this is just a matter of wording and interpretation.

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Old 30th July 2003, 06:37 PM   #12
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Ok, I did fully understand, this is just a matter of wording and interpretation.
i'm not sure there's much wiggle room for wording when it comes to Ohm's Law. "Bridging doubles the current delivered into the same load" is most definitely incorrect. sorry, not meaning to be a troll, just trying to make sure the matter is perfectly clear. i think your interpretation of bridging was a little off, but what you said about parallel devices is correct.
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It is perfectly clear, the matter of wording was delivered verses available.
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right, so you meant "bridging doubles the voltage available into the same load" correct?

(sorry, i know i'm nitpicking, this is purely for the benefit of others reading the thread... i know this matter of bridging gets confusing for some people and i've seen a lot of misinterpretation on the subject.)
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got any links to the dorkus projects I saw in the archives?
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got any links to the dorkus projects I saw in the archives?
if you mean my own webpages, unfortunately not, sorry. i was going to set up a whole diy section on my site, but i got distracted (and lazy) and never got to it. i haven't really done anything in the last 6 months or so, just came back to this site last week to check up on how things were going in Peter's gainclone thread... whew i still haven't caught up there. my last project was the Borbely/White JFET buffer, which has been doing some funky things as of late so i stopped using it... it was supposed to be the first phase of development of my "ultimate multichannel preamp," but then i got a MSB unit that sounds so good it took a lot of steam out of my project.
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