Get a life. You're on ignore
In other words, you're a troll, and can't handle it when someone calls you on it...truely a pathetic troll, a hypocrite as well, as evidenced by every post you make.
Have a nice day
You are asking what does a Y connector have to do with PEAK power capabilties of an amplifier?
No, I'm not. Many people claim that using a Y adaptor, which simply parallels 3 connectors, will provide them with 3 to 6 dB of...
Originally Posted by Nuthed
I use a Y adapter because I don't want one voice coil to work out more than the other one. Imagine how the unused VC would feel looking all puny compared to the ripped VC that works out? I mean it...
I rest my case. You're not an EE, but you know all this stuff, because you read (non technical) magazines, and have spoken to a stereo salesman.
Seems uncalled for...
Why? I posted my opinion, as you did yours.
Simply two summing resistors? Only if you ignore the other parts in the mixing circuit!
What other parts? The terminating resistors can be ignored.
It's 6 dB of measured gain with my subwoofer amplifier.
So, I was...
I consider an audiophile not only a music lover or expensive hi-fi equipment owner but someone who has an interest in the intricacies of music playback or recording.
...and a complete lack of understanding of basic electronic...
It's funny, a year ago, most of the posts would have been telling you that the 'y' adaptor adds 3 to 6 dB of Gain, and then swearing up and down that they've actually measured it.
When it's explained to them that the 'y' simply put the...