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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Wxp4759cb, May 23, 2002.
Is a damping factor of 300@8ohm acceptable?
It sure is. Use a short, heavy gauge speaker cable.
From the article I'm currently writing:
"damping" = the engineering term you're thinking of
"dampening" = making something wet
Nice paragraph though. Maybe mention that if there are crossvers between the amp and the speaker they add a few bits of resistance (hundredths of an ohm at least, maybe tenths).
The best cables & the higher Damping factor possible. Let's the signal & current flow.Get head room.
Whoops! I'll correct that. English is not my mother tongue. So it's - damp, to dampen, dampening - and - damped, to damp, damping - correct?
Will do. Thanks for the suggestions.
Yep. "damp" and "to damp" have different meanings! Isn't English great?
Dutch is just as great.
There's a proverb "dempen", which means to damp.
And there's a proverb "dempen", which means: fill a watery place with soil to get new land (we do that a lot here, that's how our province Flevoland was created )