We are pleased to announce the long awaited release of Linear Audio Vol. 12! Counting from volume 0, this is the 13th edition in the series of printed bookzines dedicated to technical audio and perception.

This issue contains lots of interesting articles to entice and excite the reader. Starting with an editorial reflecting on the ongoing attempts to test for audibility of Hi-Res audio, following on with a tutorial by Christopher Paul and Perre Touzelet and then introducing the circuit design chapter, there is so much to learn and try at home. 

This issue also includes a chapter on the Quadrature Bridge method to measures harmonic distortion in capacitors, as well as  the valuable insights of Stan Curtis regarding the new dynamic range. Finally, this bookzine rounds off with a book review of Esa Merilaäinen’s Current-Driving of Loudspeakers by Hans Polak — not one to be missed. 

So get your copy today so you don't miss out on any of this great material! Available now in the Elektor Store.