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Old 1st September 2010, 04:32 PM   #1
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Default Impasse with the F-5?

I've been whinning a little lately about needing a little more gain in my F-5 system. I saw the Impasse and in reading saw that some use it with the F-4 (virtually no gain) with success. This had me wondering how this pre would mate with the F-5. Perhaps this would give me the added gain?

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It will give you 26dB (20x) voltage gain. The way it's configured, you need to have the load balanced, but if you want to run it into a single-ended input, you can ground the output that comes from the plate of the ECC88, then take the output from the cathode side.
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