Linear Audio Volume 9 Released

May 13, 2015 | 10:30
Linear Audio Volume 9 Released
Linear Audio Volume 9 Released
Fresh off the press and now on sale in the Elektor Store, Linear Audio 9 is the tenth volume in a series of bookzines dedicated to audio technology and perception. Linear Audio offers a variety of articles written by an international team of authors and accredited academics on a plethora of engaging subjects, from tutorials to circuit and system design and test reports and book reviews.

In this edition John Escallier discusses semiconductor junction dissipation and temperature using theory and practice for a reliable design. John Vanderkooy teamed up with Kevin Krauel and Todd Schneider to design A Low Parts Count Audiophile Power Amplifier. You’ll read all about it in Linear Audio 9. Stan Curtis mulls over the strengths and weaknesses of class D. And if you are interested in testing several phono preamp topologies and device choices, Burkhard Vogel’s The RIAA Phono- Amp Engine II provides the perfect testbed and comparison setup.

This is just a taster of what’s on offer in Linear Audio Volume 9. If you wish to see the full table of contents, you can view it here. Complete your collection of Linear Audio books and order Volume 9 today. Elektor GREEN and GOLD Members will automatically receive their standard 10% discount when purchasing this volume.

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