• What does the post amplifier mean? What are its characteristics?

    What does the post amplifier mean? What are its characteristics?
    What does the post amplifier mean? Back-stage power amplifier, commonly known as pure back-stage, is simply a device that amplifies the "front-stage" audio signal to provide sufficient power to drive the speaker sound (always connected in front of the speaker). So what is the "preamp" mentioned here? It is a device that provides appropriate audio level signals and adjusts the sound quality (commonly known...
  • What is a tube amplifier? Detailed analysis of its characteristics, principles, advantages and disadvantages

    What is a tube amplifier? Detailed analysis of its characteristics, principles, advantages and disadvantages
    Tube amplifiers originated in the 1960s. With their warm and durable sound, good music and other characteristics, they have always been sought after by enthusiasts of amplifiers. So what exactly is a tube amplifier? What are the characteristics, principles, advantages and disadvantages? What is a tube amplifier? A tube amplifier is a machine that uses a tube to achieve functions such as magnification and...
  • What is the difference between the preamp and post amplifiers?

    What is the difference between the preamp and post amplifiers?
    Definition: The professional name of the pre-amplifier is: The preamp is also the part that has the biggest influence on the sound in the whole set of equipment? It is a device that provides appropriate audio level signals and adjusts the sound quality (commonly known as preamplifier, connected between the audio source and power amplifier). The professional name of the post-stage power amplifier is:...
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