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Old 12th August 2013, 04:48 PM   #21
tonimxp is offline tonimxp  Italy
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Default 100R eliminated experiment responce

Originally Posted by pwan View Post

That means less NFB. You must have reasons why selects R 50R/10R for NFB rather than 100R/10R which has more gain.

What the price of "Take out one each of the parallel 100 ohm feedback resistors " we have to paid -- more distortion? poor bandwidth?

And the most important, how that impact to the sound?
Hi! How it is went ? Have you tried with only two 100R feedback resistors?

I need to get more gain and more warm sound, is it a good way to obtain it?

Thanks in advance.
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