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benzer

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opamp or transistor preamps?
« on: September 17, 2007, 06:08:08 PM »
i have seen many schemtaics that build preamps with discrete BJT or mosfet transistor voltage divider bias circuit gain stages..some others use opamps
any idea how does this affect the sound? which one is better?
because using opamps means including many transistors in the circuit,,doesnt mean slower response to the input signal?
and same question about tone controls,,,active or passive? any one knows what diefference in the sound dose it make?
thnks already for any answers
Good OL' BeN

 

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