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RE: Yes

Seems to me, yes. It is the ground which is involved, not the absolute musical phase of the electrical signal. Example - hook up your amp/spkrs with +/+ and -/- as normal. Invert your signal at the source, say a DAC and the phase of the signal changes but not the negative ground in the circuit. Same with an amp that inverts absolute phase. The negative terminal on the output is still the ground as far as I know. It is the input circuit that inverts phase at some point in the circuit.

I would email Ric and ask him to be certain, but from my meager, ancient, electronics class education in H.S. eons ago that is what I would expect from looking at a typical amp schematic.


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