Does anyone know what's the purpose of the L2 and L1 in the current dumping circuit?
Can someone tell me which good audio op-amps have accurate LTSPICE models?
I am simulating a variety of HPA in LTSPICE and would like to know which op-amps models are particularly accurate and trustworthy. (See attached example simulation.)
I have seen that the old LTspice is also there, forgotten to remove, maybe these is a cause.
I've seen that message several times when using W8.1 on an old laptop. Trying to think... clicking on the file wherever it was located rather than opening it from LT itself. It was certainly nothing I had done, LT was clean installed along with W8.1
The file always opened correctly though, it was just the message that appeared along with it.
LTspice IV and LTspice XVII are completely separate programs that have nothing in common at the operating system level. I have both programs installed on my PC and they coexist with no problems.
Many thanksYou can specify a numeric parameter for the resistance you want to use in several places. Just call it "R" as in the following statement and give it a value; I've used 1k just for the sake of illustration.
Then, for each resistor in your schematic that you want to use this value give those resistors the parameter instead of a hard number. The parameter needs to be enclosed in curly braces.
Attached is an example.