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Old 5th December 2020, 02:14 AM   #361
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Always wondered why the F5s sounded so good -- I had (have) 4 of them, biamped (don't hurl a brick at me) with only about 1 meter between amp and xover.

Unfortunately the F5s are a bit tempermental with respect to tempco and have been substituted with an Arcam receiver.
 
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One thing for sure we won't get is an analysis of speaker cables.
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Over at audioscience review there having the same discussion.
Some of these questions are flawed, you never need to incorporate the characteristic impedance explicitly in a simulation of a short transmission line. The R, L, C, G per unit length are all that is needed.

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8) Why are you passing off a simulation that is obviously not incorporating properly, characteristic impedance in a transmission line, as a simulation of characteristic impedance in a transmission line circumstance.
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This thread has devolved into a pit of hearsay, innuendo, gobbledegook, and insinuation, full of fire and fury, signifying nothing.

...As all cable threads eventually do.


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