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Ivan Beaver

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Re: For your discussion
« Reply #10 on: November 17, 2014, 05:14:27 pm »

The point was that a clipped *waveform* is not, by itself, the culprit.  It's clipping from rail to rail at full output power that overheats voice coils.


Agreed.

If a "clipped waveform" was a problem-that would include most modern music in the last half century or more------------------------
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Re: For your discussion
« Reply #11 on: November 18, 2014, 08:20:33 am »

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You will notice that the sides of the clipped signal are vertical. That means that the signal will try to move the sub's cone from all the way forward (point E) to all the way to the rear (F) in zero amount of time, travelling at the speed of infinity. Nothing travels that fast, and the sub either tears itself apart trying, or the flapping cone wobbles just enough to jam the coil in the magnet's voice coil gap, killing the sub.

Hmmmmmm....... ???
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Re: For your discussion
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