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Old 28th October 2003, 07:51 PM   #1
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It seems I have repeatedly misinformed you all about the base spreading resistance of the BFW16A. I seemed to recall having read in an article about MC amplifiers that it was about 1 ohm, but actually the article only says that it is smaller than or equal to 5 ohms. It was the article:

Ernst H. Nordholt and Ronald M. van Vierzen, Ultra-low-noise preamplifier for moving-coil phono cartridges, Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, volume 28, number 4, April 1980, pp. 219...224.

My apologies for the misinformation,
Marcel van de Gevel
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Old 29th October 2003, 06:35 AM   #2
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An applaud to Marcel for posting this. I am afraid far too many
people are afraid to admit their own mistakes and rather
keep shut and go on misleading others. Nobody is a fool for
admitting a mistake, but may be considered so if knowing of
an errors and not telling it and eventually someone else
points it out.

This was meant more as a general remark than anything specific
to this case. I am not at all surprised Marcel was honest and
admitted his mistake.
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