Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by omahaaudio, Mar 16, 2015.
What does "IR" mean?
Well, it can mean Impulse Response.
Amps*Ohms or Power=IsqR
InfraRed: as a remote control could transmit an infrared or RF (radio frequency) signal.
I've seen "IR" referenced in the Digital section of this group - specifically related to the Amplifire threads and I was also curious as well. I don't think any of the definitions above are correct, in this case.
in the context of amp modeling/simulation, "IR" means Impulse Response. You can think of it as a digital model of a speaker cabinet.
More commonly known as Infrared.
Some context might help, just sayin'.
What he said...
Right. Also commonly used for reverbs in recording, mostly software.
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