Feedback is an ubiquitous and unavoidable basic technique that keeps the world running. It is only controversial in consumer audio, and then only specifically in power amplifiers. Some audiophiles believe too much negative feedback will diminish sound quality in amplifiers while others believe no feedback is even better. Is this an audiophile myth that needs debunking or is there merit to this claim? I worked with Bruno Putzeys to better answer this question. This article is a summary of that work with a very long Q&A session to come as well as a Youtube livestream. \n\n\n\nRead: Is Too Much Negative Feedback Bad in Amplifiers?\n\nAbout Bruno Putzeys\nBruno Putzeys (b. 1973). Trained as an electrical engineer at the Belgian National Radio and Film Academy. While his sights were always firmly fastened on sigma-delta AD\/DA conversion and class D amplfication, his attic experiments still involved a lot of valves, vinyl and big heatsinks. He learned the ropes of R&D during a 10-year stint at Philips. His time at Hypex saw a wide adoption of his amplifier circuits into various high-end audio products while work at Grimm Audio turned into a first foray into active loudspeakers. He currently divides his time between Kii Audio, a manufacturer of complete active speaker systems and Purifi, an R&D outfit specializing in amplifiers and loudspeaker drive units.