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  • resistor values??

    what is considered to be a lower value?

    is 100k a lower value than 200k or am i backwards.

    thanks
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  • #2
    you're right... 100K is less resistance than 200K

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    • #3
      thanks. i am doing a gain reduction mod on my amp. mod states to start with a 100k // to original resistor. it also says a smaller value will decrease gain more and a larger value will decrease the gain less.

      i tried the 100k but would like to have a a liitle more gain reduction. so maybe 50k?
      <div class="signaturecontainer">marshall jvm 410h/rocktron cheameleon/fender stage 100/marshall mg15r<br />
      hiwatt fane loaded 4x12 cab/peavey loaded 2x12 cab<br />
      assorted pa gear/amps/lighting etc...<br />
      boss digitalpitch shifter/delay<br />
      sansamp tri ac. <br />
      dean markley 10s/ spectraflex cables. jim dunlop 60mm picks.</div>

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      • #4
        200K is a higher resistance than 100k. It blocks or drops more voltage



        You can look at it inversely too.

        100K has better conductance than 200k.



        zero ohms is no resistance and infinity is no conductance

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