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The ability to play the other music when a bass note hits might be an underrated trait of your amps.
Wouldn't this property really reflect current delivering ability? In otherwords, you need enough current to keep the mids and/or tweeters supplied when your woofers are heavily engaged.I was primarily looking at the high damping factor and thinking that it made the NuForce offerings well suited for use with sub-woofers, but if the amp is already rolling off at 20 Hz, then this might not be the case - no matter how much bass authority it has above 20 Hz.Does the damping factor remain a constant 4000 even in the rolled-off region?
The 'roll-off' near 20Hz is due to our input cut-off filter to eliminate rumble and DC. We can roll off at much lower frequency, but that will offer other compromise, such as bigger and slower capacitor, or ...
Any hope of pushing this down a little? I'd like to see an amp that puts out, say, 300W and is flat (+0/-0.1db) down to about 10Hz.
Finally - any plans to incorporate a digital input?
Since the 1dB is a result of the input/coupling cap and not as a function of the amp itself, this can be corrected by using eq, parametric eq and/or room correction programs built-in newer pre/pros.
Hint: it's as simple as replacing the input capacitor.
Ok, I confess that "rumble filtering" is a new one on me... what is it trying to filter, exactly?
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