if the transformers don't have the same primary impedance how is it fair to evaluate them? It seems that of course they would sound different
That's like saying an orange drop capacitor sounds better than a panasonic but thte panasonic is .1uF and the orange drop was .022
Also, and I know I'm nitpicking, but the audio example of the person playing the riff should be recorded and played back for all the different sound tests so it's actually played the same, same inflection, same volume of notes due to how hard the pick attack is, etc.
It seems like it would be easy to play the riff slightly softer and then one OT is "warmer" sounding.
Last edited by nsubulysses; 03-29-2019 at 02:32 AM.
Re: "It's the output transformer's job to emphasize the even-order harmonics and make tones more musical, appealing, and less fatiguing." Oh man. Heh. What was that joke post "My amp has bloom and sunshine". I wonder if ear fatigue is related to over bloom or under sunshine or both?
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