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Old 4th April 2014, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default Ribbon Impedance at Frequencies Above the Audible Frequency Range

It is my understanding that the impedance of a ribbon transducer (excluding the matching transformer) is largely resistive within the audio range. Does anyone know if the impedance deviates from a pure resistance as the driving frequency increases towards the MHz range?
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My current tweeters start to increase after 15k slight upwards tilt , before that pretty flat until resonance peak @38hz ....

Never measured past 40k
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