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Old 13th January 2018, 09:34 AM   #211
Circlomanen is offline Circlomanen  Sweden
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A great article by Nelson Pass about using nonlinear behavior to your advantage by finding or creating a sweet spot in the transfer function.

It works just as nice for acoustics as for electronics.

We live in a horizontal world, why use vertical topologies???
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Old 27th March 2018, 01:36 PM   #212
Think is offline Think  Netherlands
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Very interesing concept and results so far. The possible effect reminds me of water flowing through a pipe or hose (connected to a tank) faster then through a hole.(in a tank) That had something to do with turbulance; tried to search for it but no luck.
* It's better to have a system which sounds good and measures bad, then one which measures good and sounds average.*
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