On my never-ending quest to learn more of the why’s and math around electronics, I stumbled on this great article pertaining to negative feedback loops in respect to audio and amplifiers. Bruno makes for the argument that you cannot have too much negative feedback. Knowing little about the topic itself, I know negative feedback can be used to correct distortion, but I don’t exactly understand too much vs too little.
My research into this topic tells me there is some sort of vim vs emacs war waiting to happen (Ugh.). Bruno attempts to show the math that proves his theory.
Interesting read. Check it out here.