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  1. Yogi

    Tubes vs. Solid State...EE Times Interview

    :laugh:
  2. Yogi

    Tubes vs. Solid State...EE Times Interview

    Nice article DJ:emoji_thumbsup: Now I am really confused. How do you know Mr Hamm didn't have any bais towards tubes? But then how do you know this other author didn't have bais towards transistors? The plot thickens? They both are presenting opposing views. I would, however, trust the JASE...
  3. Yogi

    Tubes vs. Solid State...EE Times Interview

    Good point David:emoji_thumbsup: I must have passed that by. I thought the point about duty cycle was interesting but this is even more interesting. Perhaps I should e-mail Mr. Murphy and ask him what in particular he was talking about.
  4. Yogi

    Tubes vs. Solid State...EE Times Interview

    Absolutely. Well put:emoji_thumbsup:. No reason to bind ourselves in a fixed mindset. Remember the best mindset is not to have a mindset:emoji_thumbsup:
  5. Yogi

    Tubes vs. Solid State...EE Times Interview

    Excellent article Chu:emoji_thumbsup: Good to know that tubes do have other intrinsic distortion properties that make them sound different from transistors apart from just the high output impedance. Talking of distortion I remember an article in one of the IEEE Spectrum mags that talked...
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