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Old 20th November 2001, 08:59 PM   #1
StefanJ83 is offline StefanJ83
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Hi there!
Could someone please give me a real good explanation of the Input Sensitivity factor, is this just a measure of the lowest signal required for amplification or what?, would be very pleased if you could help me and while I'm still writing, How to measure it?

Best wishes/StefanJ
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Old 20th November 2001, 10:17 PM   #2
timc is offline timc
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Input Sensitivity is just a measure of the input signal level that has to be applied for the amp to reach its
full output power.

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