A large group of young and inexperienced electronics engineers interested in building audio devices asked how the quality of the passive components such as resistors and capacitors affected on the electroacoustic parameters of designed circuits. This group also includes students who are the members of the Polish Student Section of the Audio Engineering Society at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology willing to work with audio electronics and obtain the best possible quality of the constructed equipment. The aim of this paper is to investigate the impact of the varying passive components quality into the audio circuits performance. The results will allow students to know the limitations related to the choice of passive components.
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