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Old 23rd January 2012, 07:39 PM   #481
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O.k. guys,

I played the last days with the SIT in a MUfollower constellation.....

It was very interesting to play with the output node......
Output at the drain of SIT, between the resistors, at the source of the upper Semisouth...

Most bass for my Tone Tubbies came from the last possibility, overall clearest sound from the first possibility....
The MU allows to adapt the sound more to the chain or to the speakers.

But, I repeat ....... Overall clearest sound is still the thick film resistor solution......(I did not try bulbs)
Maybe the wattage or grip for my Tone Tubbies is a bit weak....there the MU gives more power.
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That's my sense of this audio stuff, generg. What actually really distorts the musical signal is everything that electrically codifies and processes that signal. The less of that stuff in play, the obviously empirically the better. I mean, you don't cascade five transformers into the middle of your design only because you can. And where an alternative between passive and active exists, the passive probably got the edge.
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.....cascade five transformers into the middle of your design only because you can......
is there anything wrong with that ?

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Old 25th January 2012, 07:24 AM   #485
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...... I mean, you don't cascade five transformers into the middle of your design only because you can. ....
why not "transform five cascades in the middle of design.....".

for people like me without much knowledge and much eagerness it is often the the logical solution...

thanks for your comment!
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O.k. guys,

I played the last days with the SIT in a MUfollower constellation.....

resistors vs. plain CCS vs. Mu (out from SIT drain ) , speaking strictly about Lowther part of presentation ?

than Varislope included in Mu ....
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for the ones who have PSUD and knows how to use it
i have 22000uf 0.01 ohm / and 47000uF 0.01 ohm with a 10mh hammond choke between . what is the best config , 22000 or 47000 first cap ?
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Default generg........??

Hi Generg!

But, I repeat ....... Overall clearest sound is still the thick film resistor solution......(I did not try bulbs)
Maybe the wattage or grip for my Tone Tubbies is a bit weak....there the MU gives more power.

Is these the kind you used: Vishay Power Thick Film 2 Ohm Resistors(25watt)

or is there others that is easier and with higher watt pr. resistor?

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