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Old 13th November 2008, 11:52 AM   #11
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Originally posted by Calvin

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As in every other example from audio technology itīs always good to keep amplification factors as low as possible. Higher amplification factors only rises levels of voltage or SPL, but lowers all other performance aspects! If You experienced something different, the real problem is hidden elsewhere

Hi Calvin,

Could you please elaborate on this matter? I'm no engineer, and I don't quite understand it. When I use 8 ohm tap of the transformer at my headphone and 8 ohm tap of my amplifier, I just can't get a good sound. The sound is very soft and distorted. But when I use 4 ohm tab on both headphone and amplifier, the sound is wonderful. What could be the problem?
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