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Author Topic: crossover and resonance  (Read 1791 times)

Offline sdanielmsev

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crossover and resonance
« on: May 20, 2008, 03:10:22 AM »
From House Painter

   I am also a musician, and I have noticed that some of the circuits that capture bemf , or cemf, look to be like crossover circuits, or oscillator circuits.  So, my question, if it hasn't already been answered,(if it has please direct me) shouldn't the coils be "tuned" to the capacitor to produce a resonant frequency? A capacitor is much harder to make. Or, oscillate the "tuner" to produce a separate electron force? I am sorry that I am not capable of drawing the separte circuit, as my computer skills are mediocre.
  Also, has anyone tried using strings to create to create an harmonic resonance in a circuit to produce excess electrons?

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crossover and resonance
« on: May 20, 2008, 03:10:22 AM »