Originally Posted by Diablo
Just remember that he who dies with the most tubes....wins.
I frequently encounter arguments about what a technical term means.My nr. 1 on the argue list is: 'headroom', followed by 'gain/ volume', 'distortion/ clipping' and 'loudness'.It would be nice if some of the top techies on this site can agree on the use of these terms, put their name under the article to be used as reference by all them non or semi techies, so it can try and diminish the constant barrage amongst posters.
As is mentioned, DON'T put any technical questions on the Blog, please. Go to the normal FORUM section. Those of us who want to read info blogs have to skip your posts again and again. That's a hassle, as blog posts give a bigger space to view the posts.
Many people buy larger guitar amp. Because larger amp can be used in many places, gigs, shower etc .But when they practiced guitar in home, they had to meet troubles. The lound of amp made their neighbor not comfortable.At present, there are serval ways to overcome. One is using attenuator, One is power scaling or VVR.The two are same ,reduce the power on speaker.but the power on speaker become smaller, the hearing of people feel difference. So the key of two way is loundness curve.
Updated 01-14-2011 at 10:37 AM by kldguitar