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John Curl's Blowtorch preamplifier part III
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John Curl's Blowtorch preamplifier part III
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[speaking about Zobel networks at the output of audio power amplifiers]

Does anybody know the science behind the values, I understand the network provides a known load at out of band frequencies, does the loading at higher frequencies need to be so much, why not say 20R ?.
The 6th edition of Douglas Self's book, Audio Power Amplifier Design, includes an entire chapter called "Output Networks and Load Effects", pp. 355-385. The science behind the component values in Zobel networks is discussed there.
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A friend of ours who runs a small hotel has around 200 single malts... I think I've tested them all (though memory gets hazy...). Not found one I don't like though!
Lagavulin is my favourite of the Islay peaty malts. Lochnagar is good too, my favourite glugging ones are probably Glenmorangie, Balvenie, Highland Park.

I remember a visit to the Glenmorangie distillery where we were supping a selection of cask strength stuff, literally drawn with a big syringe from the cask in the bonded warehose, at 10 am.... The day got hazy after that.
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A friend of ours who runs a small hotel has around 200 single malts... I think I've tested them all (though memory gets hazy...). Not found one I don't like though!
Lagavulin is my favourite of the Islay peaty malts. Lochnagar is good too, my favourite glugging ones are probably Glenmorangie, Balvenie, Highland Park.

I remember a visit to the Glenmorangie distillery where we were supping a selection of cask strength stuff, literally drawn with a big syringe from the cask in the bonded warehose, at 10 am.... The day got hazy after that.
I can well imagine . . .
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