|13th May 2013, 05:25 PM||#51|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Buenos Aires - Argentina
Jempie, a simple single stage amplifier, whether transistor, Fet or Tube, *will* invert the signal phase.
No big deal since it does not change the sound at all.
There are some situations where it matters, because you are using 2 amplifiers or speakers or mix different channels in an amp, so those 2 signals interact, and even in that case, *absolute* phase never matters , but *relative* phase, meaning one of them relative to the other.
And about "original" phase?
Who knows? .... Who cares?
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