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Calculating total gain.

Discussion in 'audio' started by early, Feb 12, 2022.

  1. early

    early pfm Member

    Is it as simply as adding to gain values together, ie 20db + 40db = 60db.

    Or is it non linear, in which case how do you do it?.
     
  2. david ellwood

    david ellwood Kirabosi Kognoscente

    Totally as simple as adding them up
     
  3. Darth Vader

    Darth Vader From the Dark Side

    This is the simplicity for using logarithms. To multiply you just add the logs together.

    However this doesn't necessarily mean in practice that it is all usable and you don't mix Voltage and power gains.

    DV
     

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