Good day, I need some help. I am sorry in case I am not in the perfect thread for this particular topic. I'm seeking to attach a home theater amp device.. The challenge appears to be that this particular loudspeaker type differs from ordinary speakers. The producer calls them electrostatic loudspeakers. According to the loudspeaker datasheet, the speakers have an impedance which is comparable to a capacitor. Sadly, the amplifier will oscillate, i.e. be unstable when I have these types of loudspeakers attached. The amp produces a humming sound. It is independent of the amp volume. This happens only with those speakers. Would an electrical transformer or a load resistor make the amp stable? Could this sacrifice performance of the amp? Any guidance is appreciated. Cheers.
Is this the same problem you are trying to fix in other threads? Posting the same problem in more than one thread makes it difficult to keep track of answers already given. I would not keep running them if the amp is humming. The oscillations maybe damaging the electronics in the amp. Again what model are the speakers.
And none of the questions asked on the other thread have been responded to!
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