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Awesome video. Truly appreciative! Can't wait for the next one. Thanks again!

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Good video sir! Everything was easy to understand.

My favorite video from your youtube channel was probably:

The phase angels and power factors were interesting.

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So I took the homework challenge.

Got as much as I could out of the circuit as allowed by my knowledge and the data given.

LED:

0.20 W

2.00 Vdrop

0.010 A

2.00 Ω

Resistor:

1.20 W

10 Vdrop

0.010 A

1.00 KΩ

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Krakin, are you some sort of mad scientist?

I would have replied earlier, but I was measuring the output of my amp with a yardstick . . .

What you hear is not the air pressure variation in itself

but what has drawn your attention

in the two streams of superimposed air pressure variations at your eardrums

An acoustic event has dimensions of Time, Tone, Loudness and Space

Everyone learns to render the 3-dimensional localization of sound based on the individual shape of their ears,

thus no formula can achieve a definite effect for every listener.

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So I took the homework challenge.

Got as much as I could out of the circuit as allowed by my knowledge and the data given.

LED:

0.20 W

2.00 Vdrop

0.010 A

2.00 Ω

Resistor:

1.20 W

10 Vdrop

0.010 A

1.00 KΩ

You are close on the LED, off by 1 decimal point. Should be 0.020W or 20mW

On the resistor you also have the decimal problem, and other problem.

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not trying to start a war here...but remember the whole differential vs single ended amplifier RCA question that Tony brought up.

I have Alpine yr 2000 amps, which I would consider oldschool. Anyways no difference with either RCA, as well as my newer amps (pioneer, alpine, JL) Theres literally no difference.

The ONLY time I experienced a difference is when I was working at AURA and we had an older 100w wall amp and it would play a distorted frequency when using twisted wires and would be clean with a single ended rca.

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Great video. Love the fact you didn't waste anytime and got right to proving your point about the OFC/CCA debate you started!

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