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Old 12th April 2008, 03:49 PM   #11
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Per-Anders, thanks for your contribution. I am indeed not aware of hijacking this thread. My question in post 7 was about a 3 terminal series regulator (LT1085) with a 3 terminal shunt reference (LT1004). Which is the heading of this thread. My other two questions were related to this, at least that was my intention. I have seen and experienced worse on this forum. However, if the moderator considers this hijacking I am open to start a new thread.

One way or the other, would anyone with EE-knowledge please be so kind to respond to the content of my initial question in post 7 ?

Best, Arjen.
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Old 17th January 2013, 09:08 AM   #12
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Hmm i wonder why nobody answered in this thread
"The total harmonic distortion is not a measure of the degree of distastefulness to the listener and it is recommended that its use should be discontinued." D. Masa, 1938
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