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Speaker temperature (8330A)

anttil, modified 7 Years ago.

Speaker temperature (8330A)

Youngling Posts: 13 Join Date: 9/4/13 Recent Posts
Not an issue, but just out of curiosity: GLM can show the temperature of the speakers and there's constantly couple celsius difference between the two speakers - what might cause this?
The speakers are located within 1,5m distance of each other in identical conditions, so there's no external influence that would explain the difference in temperature.

ilkka-rissanen, modified 7 Years ago.

Re: Speaker temperature (8330A)

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Hi,

That is perfectly normal behaviour. Temperature shown has an accuracy of +/- 5 degrees in Celsius which is good enough for the electronics protection purpose which for the value is used in the first place. It shouldn't be used as an absolute temperature value like a thermometer.
anttil, modified 7 Years ago.

Re: Speaker temperature (8330A)

Youngling Posts: 13 Join Date: 9/4/13 Recent Posts
Okay, that makes sense :)
Thanks for your reply!