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Old 29th April 2004, 06:10 AM   #1
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Default Speaker cable question with Gainclone?

Hi,
Im just starting to build a minimised gainclone, like Peter Daniels minimised circuit. I read that if I want to build a gainclone with high capacitive speaker cable (Im going to make the Cat5 braided one) then I might need a Zobel network.

Can someone please explain what this does? What caps and resistors would I need for it and where would I put it? (Do i wire it between the speaker terminals in the amp or between the binding posts on my speakers?)

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