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RE: Slew rate, TIM hogwwash

> It would be nice if there was an easily accessible example of TIM
> distortion on the web or disc, demonstrated with a short musical
> performance repeated with more and more levels of TIMD until the
> effect became obvious. ...
> To be honest I'm not really sure what it would sound like.
> The 6 golden ears of the 68 testees really couldn't detect
> it as distortion at 0.003% in Otalas test, they could only
> tell there was a difference.

It would require recording from test amplifier dummy load, and playing recorded data again on benchmark unit, thus, subjecting test data again to distortions of benchmark amp (no matter how miniscule they are), speakers, and room acoustics.

As Gusser stated before, TIM issue doesn't make practical sense, and IMHO, it is entirely correct. Someone wanted to make a party, they had a drink and show, now its over.

High stability of the amplifier is much more important factor, and it something that is time to time neglected with aftermath from HF spurious oscillation and loss of clarity to burned components and speaker coils.


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