tigerbalm Posted June 24, 2007 Share Posted June 24, 2007 Hi All. I'm trying to understand the long-discussed issue of RF-7 and amplification concerns. I understand perfectly the theory behind efficiency and 2.83volts/meter but practically I bump into intriguing results. Since the RF-7 are so efficient, why is it (told) rewarding to use a quality high-power solid-state rather than a quality 50watts? What is this thing with the speaker's impendance dips in its lower frequencies? any measurments taken by somebody? In practice, no one gets even near the clipping area of a 50watts amplifier, so why a 150watts amplifier of the same brand (with the same pre) sounds better in moderate volume levels? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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