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Pasi wrote: Doug, thanks for your comments. But i think you are wrong here. One wavelength includes both top and bottom. All lines are exactly 4 wavelenghts long. Difference between top and bottom is 180 degrees , not 360 as you claim. In first picture waves 1 and 3 start from zero and 2 &4 from 180 degree (or about 5.5ms later if that is 100Hz wave) compared to 1 and 3. Hence correcting these errors need 180 degree shift in waves 1 and 3.
Whole point of that blue dot is mark the same peak in each wave, where it is in picture two after making all waves equal to another.
mooreman wrote: Hiya,
So does this mean for drivers placed in reverse (magnet facing out) that i have to reverse negative and positive ends? Thanks, Sam