Rss Feed - Twisted Pear Audio Support - Topic:Buffalo 24 and I/V stage w/ 60 ohm input impedance will it still be in current mode? - 20http://www.twistedpearaudio.com/Twisted Pear Audio Support - Rss FeedenCopyright 2024 Twisted Pear Audio SupportForum Adminhttp://www.twistedpearaudio.comfeedback@twistedpearaudio.comsbelyohttp://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/profile/603-sbelyoFri, 09 Aug 2024 21:52:59 ZYAFYetAnotherForum.NETsbelyohttp://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/profile/603-sbelyoRuss Whitehttp://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/profile/9-Russ-Whitesbelyohttp://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/profile/603-sbelyohttp://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/Images/YAFLogo.pngRss Feed - Twisted Pear Audio Support - Topic:Buffalo 24 and I/V stage w/ 60 ohm input impedance will it still be in current mode? - 20http://www.twistedpearaudio.com/urn:twistedpearaudio-com:RssFeed:TwistedPearAudioSupport:Topic:Buffalo24andI/Vstagew/60ohminputimpedancewillitstillbeincurrentmode?-20:1urn:twistedpearaudio-com:ftPosts:st0:meid9709:1http://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/posts/m9709findlastpost-Buffalo-24-and-I-V-stage-w--60-ohm-input-impedance-will-it-still-be-in-current-modesbelyoBuffalo 24 and I/V stage w/ 60 ohm input impedance will it still be in current mode?<table class="content postContainer_Alt" width="100%"><tr><td>Thanks Russ...<br /><br />I'll try the tube circuit and I'll pick up a Legato to see what I like better.</td></tr></table>urn:twistedpearaudio-com:ftPosts:st0:meid9708:1http://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/posts/m9708findlastpost-Buffalo-24-and-I-V-stage-w--60-ohm-input-impedance-will-it-still-be-in-current-modeRuss WhiteBuffalo 24 and I/V stage w/ 60 ohm input impedance will it still be in current mode?<table class="content postContainer" width="100%"><tr><td>There is no magic number that converts the output from voltage to current. :)<br /><br />The only thing that really makes and ideal load for a current source is a dead short. So as close to 0 ohms as practical is what you want. 60ohms is far from that. :)<br /><br />At 60 ohms it will still be a voltage source, it will just modulate exactly 60ohms worth of voltage for the given current swing.</td></tr></table>urn:twistedpearaudio-com:ftPosts:st0:meid9703:1http://www.twistedpearaudio.com/forum/posts/m9703findlastpost-Buffalo-24-and-I-V-stage-w--60-ohm-input-impedance-will-it-still-be-in-current-modesbelyoBuffalo 24 and I/V stage w/ 60 ohm input impedance will it still be in current mode?<table class="content postContainer_Alt" width="100%"><tr><td>Hello All...<br /><br />I know that I want the lowest impedance possible and I've found a tube circuit that I'd like to try and the impedance is 60 ohms. I was wondering if the Buffalo would behave in current mode with this load? </td></tr></table>