Browsing: Audio Engineering

Book Review: Introduction to Electroacoustics & Audio Amplifier Design, by Prof Marshall Leach (with notes on gyrators)

The Hearing Blog reviews "Introduction to Electroacoustics & Audio Amplifier Design" by Georgia Tech Professor W Marshall Leach Jr (1940-2010). This book is used as the text for Audio Engineering courses taught at universities in


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Surge Impedance: Why you see the spark when you unplug your iron

One morning last month started off over coffee with a Sherlock Ohms article in Design News Magazine titled Noise Messed With the Automation System …Hmmm, this looked interesting, so lets see what the problem was [annotated with my comments


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Here is a list of articles that are "in the typewriter" at various stages of completion, pending research, verification, vetting, and lab testing: •Introduction to Electroacoustics & Audio Amplifier Design, by Dr Marshall Leach (with notes on


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The Hearing Blog makes the case using proper thermodynamic terminology when dealing with acoustic wave propagation to use the term "compression" instead of "condensation," as the opposite of rarefaction


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