Can you elaborate on this little schematic and link?
This is a good question. I don’t know and, unfortunately, I’m not quite sure how to find out!
It is important, but i am no longer in the business of telling the "secrets" which actually are not really secrets but is actual science and the RC filter circuit in the audio world is as basic as it gets. This stuff was taught to me as well! The filters are in each stage of the amp at some point. Normally you would just choose a nice audiophile output cap and use a big one so there is no need to worry about "dialing" in an actual knee. Thus stuff goes right over the majorities headz but pay attention to your filters!Pointclear wrote: ↑Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:57 pmThis is a good question. I don’t know and, unfortunately, I’m not quite sure how to find out!
Please help if you think this is an important issue. I tapped my preamp right before the phase inverter input capacitor if that helps.
Thanks mike and thanks teejay! I got a uf value of .398. Please excuse my ignorance, so does that mean I add capacitor in that uf range inline to the output jack, like a coupling cap?
..... which I have come to understand is way low compared to a mc2300 (200k ohm).