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Old November 7th 19, 10:41 PM posted to rec.audio.pro
Scott Dorsey
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Phil Allison > wrote:
>Scott Dorsey wrote:
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>> 4. All the GkTB equations we were forced to memorize in school are useful at
>> RF but not useful in a mismatched low frequency world.

>
>** False. Johnson noise is dominant in any resistive source situation.


Resistive source? An SM-57? I think maybe this is where one of the problems
is located.
--scott


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