...the 0.1uF couplers are driving? Are these couplers outside or within the feedback loop of this Mk. 3.3?
The reason I ask is that I'll soon be buying a new pair of these, and I need a high-pass filter in the range of 25- to 50Hz* to drive the MR panels of my speakers (Serenity Super-7s), and I don't know the impedance value to plug into the formula.
* The exact value isn't critical; the filters will be mostly DC- and pulse-blockers and amp-power savers. No sense in consuming amp power by sending low- and mid-bass energy to the MR drivers--which are NOT replaceable!
Tin-eared audiofool, large-scale-Classical music lover, and damned-amateur fotografer.
William Bruce Cameron: "...not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted."
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Topic - Ralph...coupling caps in M-60 Mk. 3.3--what's the impedance... - jeffreybehr 12:51:22 03/16/16 (11)
- Are you replacing the coupling caps? - Ralph 12:49:30 03/17/16 (10)
- Yes I'll replace the couplers if that makes the most sense... - jeffreybehr 14:48:31 03/17/16 (9)
- RE: Yes I'll replace the couplers if that makes the most sense... - Ralph 12:49:03 03/18/16 (0)
- When you are talking about such small parts - Ralph 09:20:13 03/18/16 (7)
- If the load impedance is indeed around 965K, a 0.005uF cap... - jeffreybehr 12:10:19 03/18/16 (6)
- RE: If the load impedance is indeed around 965K, a 0.005uF cap... - Lew 19:08:40 03/18/16 (5)
- The more I (over)think* this, the more I'm tending toward... - jeffreybehr 21:08:47 03/18/16 (4)
- If you are dealing with fragile drivers - Ralph 10:26:47 03/21/16 (3)
- RE: If you are dealing with fragile drivers - jeffreybehr 15:16:12 03/21/16 (2)
- I agree- sounds like you are in good shape nt - Ralph 08:34:26 03/22/16 (1)
- I've subsequently decided, after a discussion that you and I had here... - jeffreybehr 23:42:04 03/25/16 (0)