As far as I understand you, and understand it all myself,
well then you have got it right.
Have been wondering also why many people prefer using a rather extremely high
value capacitor in series with the signal, when it in theory would be plenty with a much much
It might be the explanation lays in the Phase change thing?
The larger the value of the capacitor, well we must assume the smaller the phase change.. ?
OR maybe this is working differently?? NO it must be so, it has to be a fact that with a Super
large value cap, phase changes very very little.
You say smallest things.. When it comes to the understanding of things, well small things is what matters.
If you later can understand so many small things that you can glue this together to a HUGE thing,
then you GOT it right.
Problem normally, we believe we understand the WHOLE of something, and then later when the
small details appear We start to asking us self questions, and then start to wonder how it really is.
I like your questions very much, it's a pleasure trying to answer them.
It would be sad if my understanding is wrong, so that you get wrong info.
Let's not hope this is the case in a too high degree..
These days I'm trying to think trough all the things learned in Audio.
It's complicated to glue it all together.
Perfect Source, Perfect preamp, perfect power amp, Speakers, ERR: IT's hopeless.
Where should we start??.. ERR:.
It's VERY frustrating!§!"#¤