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Old 12-20-2018, 11:10 AM   #23
Bri1
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If everybody would just read the Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Manual in high school, I'd probably type a lot less.
lolz--why? type more.
that news is ancient history-we are in the now! =)
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YAMAHA SoUNd REINfORCEMENT HANdbook Part I - Paqe 8-18 It is important for you to know whether the output of a particular piece of equipment is supposed to be matched or bridged, or whether that doesn’t matter. When there is an impedance mismatch (which means the source and load are not right for one another, whether matched or bridged), the results can range from improper frequency response to excess distortion to incorrect operating levels to circuit failure. In terms of specifications, it is important to know what impedances were used when measuring the specs in order for the specs to be reproduc- ible. equipment, many manufacturers have contributed to significant confusion. 8.6. 1.1 Output Impedance EXAMPLE: What is the source impedance of the output in this specification? Output Impedance: 600 ohms If you guessed a 600 ohms,” you may be right. On the other hand, you may be dead wrong! Sometimes, instead of specifying the acutal source impedance of an output, a manufacturer will specify the impedance of the load into which the output is designed to oper- ate. In the above example, it is entirely possible that 600 ohms was not the source impedance, but rather the intended minimum load impedance. 1987 "

ok m8- you carry on living in 1987--people work with modern tools+equipments..
really,it's >where< we are going though,that matters...that^ matters not!! heh heh heh!
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