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|23rd April 2004, 02:57 PM||#1|
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T/S parameters for drivers in parallel
does anyone ever measured the T/S parameters for a set of drivers in parallel ?
Are the rules of thumb (usually stated: Re:=Re/N, Vas:=n*Vas, ..., and so on) confirmed by some measurement ?
|23rd April 2004, 05:36 PM||#3|
Join Date: Feb 2004
I posted this in a previous thread:
a is the number of elements that are connected in series, electrically,
b is 1 for normal configuration 2 for isobaric configuration and
n is the total number of elements,
Isobarik mounting meaning mounted in pairs, no more. Index 1 are the new values.
For two elements connected in parallel electrically and mounted side by side on the baffle (not isobarik), a=1, b=1 and n=2.
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