In his Guest Editorial, David Zan argues that almost all power amplifier designs have gyrated to
Linear Audio Volumes
Bob Cordell explored power amp compensation techniques that allow the designer to employ more fee
In his earlier article, Robert Munnig Schmidt described a subwoofer system with an electronic sol
Hans Polak noticed that the noise specifications of RIAA preamps are often given in units and ope
Noise in audio circuits hampers the ability to listen to low level details in the signal.
In the heydays of AM radio receivers some tubes were produced having up to 6 grids, called octode
Although Erno Borbely must have designed a dozen or more phono preamps, he never tires of trying
Controlling the quiescent current in class AB output stages has long been the Achilles heel of su
Hannes Allmaier likes to design phono preamps because of the interesting mix of conflicting requi
Static Induction Transistors are solid state devices that have triode-like characteristics.
David Moran noticed that the Infinity P362, a decade old speaker design which is still favored by
Stan Curtis relates how he noticed that there was often an audible difference between his ratsnes
Audio Power Amplifier Design, 6th ed.