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L-PADS

Function:
An l-pad is a passive device which lets you control the output level of speakers without changing the impedance seen by the amplifier. A constant impedance is not really necessary for the amplifier but if you are using passive crossovers, a constant impedance is necessary to prevent the crossover frequency from changing.

Construction:
An L-pad consists of 2 resistors connected by a sliding terminal. One resistor is in series with the load and the other (shunt) resistor is connected in parallel with the load. The combination of the series resistance and the parallel shunt/speaker loads will always present a constant load to the amplifier. The diagram below shows the schematic symbol for an L-pad. You can also see that the 2 resistors are not the same value. The sliding terminal varies the resistance in series with the speaker and also varies the resistance in parallel with the speaker load. The position of the sliding terminal is determined by the position of the volume knob on the l-pad.


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My Gear
Fender Strat ('97American Lonestar HSS)
Ibanez RGTHRG1
B-52 AT100
Marshall1960A Cab
Marshall 1960B Cab
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All you have to do is buy the L-pad and hook it up between the power amp and your speaker.
My Gear
Fender Strat ('97American Lonestar HSS)
Ibanez RGTHRG1
B-52 AT100
Marshall1960A Cab
Marshall 1960B Cab