Tweaks for systems, rooms and Do It Yourself (DIY) help. FAQ.
In Reply to: RE: HRSCF posted by fmak on June 6, 2012 at 00:21:03:
"These filters are used for both mains and speakers."
Not according to the definition given by one of the posters: "HRSF means High Resolution Speaker Cable Filter.".
"Ever heard of dynamic/instantaneous power when driving speakers?"
Sure, but it doesn't matter to an external network. It only cares about what it sees at it's terminals, not about what the speaker is up to. If you bottom it out there might be enough di/dt to generate a glitch but it should be fast enough for a lot of it to appear across the resistor.
But if you think it's a big deal then for a buck-ten you can buy 1.5 KV ones and they come in a larger package that's easier to solder to. It would be a comfort to know that if you happen to plug your speakers into the wall that your network will still be just fine, even if you are of the 220V persuasion!
BTW, as you probably noticed I had a typo (heado?) in my previous post. I meant to say that the network had 300 times the impedance of the speaker, not it's inverse.
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Topic - HRSCF - firstname.lastname@example.org 08:22:35 06/04/12 (12)
- RE: HRSCF - bartc 05:39:52 06/05/12 (2)
- RE: HRSCF - fmak 22:13:00 06/04/12 (5)
- RE: HRSCF - rick_m 07:56:08 06/05/12 (4)
- RE: HRSCF - rick_m 15:52:57 06/04/12 (0)
- RE: HRSCF - DaveT 09:20:29 06/04/12 (1)
- RE: HRSCF - Pegwill 10:06:35 06/04/12 (0)
- RE: HRSCF - rick_m 07:33:39 06/06/12 (0)