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Audio Transducers is an interesting and important book for professional loudspeaker engineers, but I can’t see that it will be of much interest to audiophiles
A Pair of Wharfedales: The Story of Gilbert Briggs and His Loudspeakers
Linn Store Opens in Perth
There’s either not much to do on a rainy Friday in Bristol or that part of the country is thick with audiophiles... How else do you explain why this show has become the most popular on the UK circuit?
These days, hi-fi and video components are technically electrically safer than they’ve ever been. So why is it very common to get an electrical shock when installing equipment? Experienced electronic designer and technician Joe Raine reveals some shocking secrets…
Ken Kantor has been designing products and developing technology in the audio industry for more than 30 years. A few of the very many highlights of his career include Bachelor and Masters Degrees from MIT, designer at NAD, designer and Director of R&D at Acoustic Research, VP of Technology for International Jensen, and co-founder of NHT. He’s also acted as a consultant on many audio and technology ventures. Kantor’s most recent venture is ZT Amplifiers, which he founded in 2008. ZT specialises in building miniature musical instrument amplifiers for musicians, which Ken says was the next logical step in his career. And what a career it has been, as Scott Wilkinson discovered.
Jean-Marie Liere has been a fan of Siegfried Linkwitz’s crossover network circuit topologies and open-baffle loudspeakers for many years. In this article, he recounts how a recent visit to Linkwitz’s home in California came about, and his experiences listening to two of Linkwitz’s most famous loudspeaker designs, the Pluto and Orion.
KR is the only valve amplifier company in the world that makes its own valves: they even blow their own glass
Australian Hi-Fi Magazine's recent equipment reviews are now available digitally, from Zinio You can buy an individual copy of the magazine containing the review you want, for just $4.49.
Most loudspeaker designs have some form of incubation period for research and development, and electrostatic speakers have amongst the longest because of the difficulties and intricacies inherent in this unique design.
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