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    L-PAD for 2440

    Hello, question regarding the 2440, if I was to use an L-pad for the 2440, would i use a 8 or 16 ohm and can it it be connected in line, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTG View Post
    Hello, question regarding the 2440, if I was to use an L-pad for the 2440, would i use a 8 or 16 ohm and can it it be connected in line, thanks
    One could use either ( depending if you prefer to add a conjugate resistor across the driver leads to drop the overall resistance closer to 8 ohms // or // whether you prefer to add a series resistor to raise the circuit resistance up & closer to 16 ohms ) .

    I'd suggest listening to both approaches since the inline resistor approach ( 16ohm L-Pad ) gives slightly less circuit damping and *might* offer a more lively sound .


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    Thank you very much, i will try both, It is pretty lively now on the 4350's , appreciate it.

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