Originally Posted by Mark Johnson
You get double the output current, and the parallel connection probably reduces distortion too, as it does in all-discrete power amps: Cordell's textbook on Charts 3.6 thru 3.8 (pp. 69-73).
That'd be my expectation as well.
Originally Posted by MarkKtz
Short circuit output current is even 490mA, but I doubt I will ever come in this region. I have a demanding, but not very demanding pair of headphones.
True. Don't expect linear operation there, though.
, & 686
: 40-240W (8Ω) at <-120dB THD. HP-1
: 3W/20Ω, -130dB THD, 128dB DNR.
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