# Is a high gain good in the speed control example?

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In this example, a high gain is good at reducing the steady-state error ($v_{{\mathrm {des}}}-v$) and rejecting external disturbances coming from $F_{{\mathrm {hill}}}$. However, it will not be desirable if one does not want the magnitude of $F_{{\mathrm {eng}}}$ to be large.