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Virtue of Beginnings - And of Moving On

-G12C and G12C/S Review and Thoughts-

The most alluring thing about tube amplifiers is that they are failures and that manufacturers persist in replicating these failures. 603 more words


APD: Attention Project Disorder

I’m still working on the dovetails but a few more projects have started to sneak onto my bench.  From a certain standpoint one would think I’m taking on too much at a time.   699 more words


Miller Compensation

One of the most important techniques in the area of two-stage amplifier design is the famous Miller Compensation.  Elegant and effective, it requires a solid understanding of important analog concepts like pole-zero analysis, small-signal gain, phase margin, etc., which, incidentally, makes it a popular choice for technical interviews for analog engineers.   957 more words


Rage, Achilles


The discovery of something unknown has always fascinated me, and my fervor for tinkering, listening, and exploring are my reasons to chronicle a series of curious adventures on which I did not plan to travel. 887 more words


Devialet Phantom : The Future Takes Shape

This week, I set out to discover a device with a unique look (to say the least): it resembles a sort of flattened egg. An elegant design that is unlike any other in the realm of audio products. 1,127 more words


Supro Amplifiers Are Back

I was browsing doing some research today when I stumbled upon a site claiming that Supro Amplifiers are back under construction again! Those who lust after that huge sound on the first two Led Zeppelin albums and some of Jimi Hendrixes studio stuff will be delighted to know that yes indeed they ARE back! 101 more words