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From New Literature Section: The clear, illustrated schematics and instructions provided in this book allow audio enthusiasts to build high-quality, high-power electronic audio components and testing equipment. The author gives easily comprehensible explanations of the electronics at work, as well as a practical foundation needed for experimentation and modification of existing voltage emplifiers, balanced input driver/receiver circuits, graphic equalizers, and effects circuits. Poptronics 20020401
THE AUDIOPHILE¿S PROJECT SOURCEBOOK
Build audio projects that produce great sound for far less than they cost in the store, with audio hobbyists¿ favorite writer Randy Slone. In The Audiophile¿s Project Sourcebook, Slone gives you¿
¿ Clear, illustrated schematics and instructions for high-quality, high-power electronic audio components that you can build at home
¿ Carefully constructed designs for virtually all standard high-end audio projects, backed by an author who answers his email
¿ 8 power-amp designs that suit virtually any need
¿ Instructions for making your own inexpensive testing equipment
¿ Comprehensible explanations of the electronics at work in the projects you want to construct, spiced with humor and insight into the electronics hobbyist¿s process
¿ Complete parts lists
"The Audiophile's Project Sourcebook" is devoid of the hype, superstition, myths, and expensive fanaticism often associated with 'high-end' audio systems. It provides straightforward help in building and understanding top quality audio electronic projects that are based on solid science and produce fantastic sound!
THE PROJECTS YOU WANT, FOR LESS
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Balanced input driver/receiver circuits
Signal conditioning techniques
Preamps for home and stage
Passive and active filters
Bi-amping and tri-amping filters
Speaker protection systems
Clip detection circuits
Homemade test equipment
Good book, but only if your the type to research a lot or have a significant back round in electronic fundamentals. Doesn't go into depth on its explanations.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nick Rozka
Not everybody can start building audio devices without having certain technical knowledge of electronics. Just consider the etching of the printed circuit. Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2013 by pierre payette
This book really sets the standard for other books dealing with building audio equipment.
The projects listed are straight forward with operational description and pcb layouts... Read more
First, my background as a reviewer. I love listening to music, and I like
dabbling with electronics kits and a soldering iron. Read more
Randy has done a wonderful job of compiling a tremendous amount of information and high quality schematics in one book. Read morePublished on Jan. 25 2002 by Paul W. Davis
If so, you need this book. Better yet, buy all three listed here at Amazon as I did. Randy's easy to read writing style makes learning about electronics and amplifiers fun, as any... Read morePublished on Dec 10 2001 by Brad Kizer