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Old 7th December 2005, 07:44 PM   #11
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Well, welcome to DIYaudio Acidorangejuice! Sounds like you are one of those colourfull additions that I like

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Negative feedback is not always a good thing, though it is not always a bad thing either, especially in moderation. Negative feedback is not always good when its through a transformer of poor bandwidth or otherwise poorly implemented. Its also not that great when your clipping alot. I suspect that both might apply to that design were it used.
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Hi AcidOrangeJuice,
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Negative feedback is not always a good thing, though it is not always a bad thing either, especially in moderation. Negative feedback is not always good when its through a transformer of poor bandwidth or otherwise poorly implemented. Its also not that great when your clipping alot. I suspect that both might apply to that design were it used.
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Old 7th December 2005, 08:31 PM   #17
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Oh and hi and welcome! Whats the point of a discussion board where you cant discuss things?
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Old 7th December 2005, 10:12 PM   #19
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Konnichiwa,

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I am electronics engineer, specialized in solid state audio amplifiers, and by this cause I obtained of status of banned in SteveHoffman forums... Incredible not?
Not incredible at all. I am on the other side of the fence (EE yes but prefering valves and for sound reasons [pun intentional]) and have been banned from Robert E Greene's (of TAS) Yahoo group for persuing a line of argument that was actually fully and comprehensively backed in which I argued that from a system wide view in the correct context a SE Valve Amplifier without feedback resulting in dramatically lower distortion than using a "virtually no distortion" SE Amplifier (BTW, that bit is also completely true).

It seems that people who have attained certain levels of prominece find very poor moral affordibility (moral affordability is a term which I define as the cost to a persons worldview in accepting a given contention as true) in tolerating views that contradict their own, no matter how well founded such views may be. They seem less interested in the actual truth than in merely preaching the same party line (whichever it happens to be).

Now don't get me wrong, I like a good party as much as the guy next door or more (more actually, a lot more, ask him, he nearly called da police on one of my ones), but when they become a dogma to the exclusion of having fun it gets tedious.

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Good to have more people with knowledge rather that belife on the board.
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