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How does current response rate affect the sound?

by auchain / March 1, 2009 10:14 AM PST

People believe that there is an effect on sound when you change the power supply/ power cord.
But did someone ever try to change the current response rate? And what's the result?

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I think your statement and question are too vague.
by ahtoi / March 1, 2009 12:53 PM PST

Can you be a little bit more specific? Maybe this should be discuss in physics class rather than an audio & video forum.

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here is what I'm thinking
by auchain / March 4, 2009 10:24 AM PST

I don't know how to explain the term "current response rate", I found it on the Internet:
Just forget it.
And here is what I'm thinking:
Someone said that the video and audio gear would perform differently when using different isolation transformers, such as toroidal transformer, R-core transformer and laminated EI transformer.
But why are there such differences? And what are the differences?

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Imagine those that can hear ....
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 4, 2009 10:35 AM PST
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What "someone" says is probably true.
by ahtoi / March 5, 2009 1:18 AM PST

However, I am sorry to say, I cannot give you the answer. It has been a long time since my school day and at this point, my memories aren't all that great either.

Is toroidal better laminate core, not necessary; each has its own function. If you want to know why, then it's you job to find the answer. Good luck.

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