Audiophile Stereo Equipment : Best Dj Equipment.
Audiophile Stereo Equipment
- one with extreme interest in high quality sound
- A hi-fi enthusiast
- An audiophile, from Latin audio "I hear" and Greek philos "loving," is a hobbyist who seeks high-quality audio reproduction via the use of specialized high-end audio electronics.
- A person with an interest in high fidelity sound reproduction and its associated technology
- The necessary items for a particular purpose
- A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
- The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
- an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
- The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
- Mental resources
- reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound
- Sound that is directed through two or more speakers so that it seems to surround the listener and to come from more than one source; stereophonic sound
- A sound system, typically including a CD, tape, or record player, that has two or more speakers and produces stereo sound
- stereophonic: designating sound transmission from two sources through two channels
- two photographs taken from slightly different angles that appear three-dimensional when viewed together
Valve Amplifiers, Third Edition
Morgan Jones' Valve Amplifiers has been widely recognised as the most complete guide to valve amplifier design, modification, analysis, construction and maintenance written for over 30 years. As such it is unique in presenting the essentials of 'hollow-state' electronics and valve amp design for engineers and enthusiasts in the familiar context of current best practice in electronic design, using only currently available components. The author's straightforward approach, using as little maths as possible, and lots of design knowhow, makes this book ideal for those with a limited knowledge of the field as well as being the standard reference text for experts in valve audio and a wider audience of audio engineers facing design challenges involving valves.
Design principles and construction techniques are provided so readers can devise and build from scratch designs that actually work. Morgan Jones takes the reader through each step in the process of design, starting with a brief review of electronic fundamentals relevant to valve amplifiers, simple stages, compound stages, linking stages together, and finally, complete designs. Practical aspects, including safety, are addressed throughout.
The third edition includes a new chapter on distortion and many further new and expanded sections throughout the book, including: comparison of bias methods, constant current sinks, upper valve choice, buffering and distortion, shunt regulated push-pull (SRPP) amplifier, use of oscilloscopes and spectrum analysers, valve cooling and heatsinks, US envelope nomenclature and suffixes, heater voltage versus applied current, moving coil transformer source and load terminations.
* The practical guide to analysis, modification, design, construction and maintenance of valve amplifiers
* The fully up-to-date approach to valve electronics
* Essential reading for audio designers and music and electronics enthusiasts alike
(1976) RECORDING EQUIPMENT / REPRESENTATION
Notes and commentary- My first personal recording equipment
was from my family home and consisted of a Tandberg model 2 reel to reel tape recorder, a Harman Kardon Festival TA-260 stereo receiver, a pair of KLH speakers and a turntable. in the late 1960's I bought a few drum beat records at Sam Goody's, I would play the drum record and play along with my Wurlitzer electric guitar ( Yes!! Wurlitzer branded their name on electric guitars manufactured by the Holman company in Neodosha, kansas) and record it with the Tandberg reel to reel. In 1972 I got my first real electric guitar, (a hadn't been sold-$250) 1965 Fender Stratocaster for my 16th birthday ( which I devalued and ruined by trying to refinish and modify it) and of course not knowing that they would become highly prized and would eventually sell for $20k and up. Next comes the gizmo's, Mu-tron III. Univox Univibe, Electro-Harmonix Big muff, Mu-tron bi-phase, Maestro octave box, Maestro Echoplex, and the MXR compressor ( which turns out to be my favorite device along with an amplifier reverb and delay unit for the sound that I most desire ) 1973 I get a Phillips cassette recorder with dolby and sound on sound recording (WOW!!) . I trade my airbrush equipment
for the Ampeg B15 amplifier. 1975 I buy a Dokorder 4 track 1/4' reel to reel and what I thought was the top of the line Koss headphones, soon followed by the Teac mixer thats made for 4 track recorders and a few cheap handheld mics including two that were Sennheiser 421-like mics except they were light tan not black.
DIY: a trio of arduino ;)
all 3 boxes are designed and built by me. and all 3 were done in the last few weeks, as well.
bottom is VoluMaster, a digital volume control and preamp. on top in green is MPDmaster, a remote controller for 'mpd', a music playback daemon.
to the right in orange is SPDIFmaster, a 4 input 2 output spdif digital audio switch.
they are all controlled by the same sony IR remote control, from a spare DVD player ;)
when you press play or pause or 'next', the green lcd box reacts to that and changes the music track as commanded. when you change the volume, the bottom orange box takes taht command. when you switch inputs, the orange box to the right takes those commands.
an entirely DIY stereo system ;)
(SACD-HYBRID) Groove Note releases its first audiophile 'Best Of' collection. The album highlights include: The intimate, delicate, sweet and tender voice of Jacintha; Roy Gaines, the greatest living blues guitarist that you probably don't know anything about - a sizzling blues guitarist with one of the most magnificent blues voices around; Eden Atwood, who has a voice that is many things - seductive, plaintive, sensitive, gifted with perfect intonation and phrasing; currently touring as the guitarist for Diana Krall, Anthony Wilson is one of the most brilliant musicians working in the US jazz scene today; Bill Cunliffe is a leading West Coast jazz pianist with several albums to his credit; with a sensual and seductive voice right out of the '40s or '50s, Luqman Hamza (pronounced Luke-mahn Hahm-za) is a real discovery; and rounding out this already impressive list, tenor saxophonist extraordinaire Bennie Wallace!
This collection features 14 total tracks! 7 are presented in Stereo SACD Sound and 7 are presented in both Stereo & Multi-Channel SACD Sound! The Hybrid SACD disc allows the disc to play back on all standard CD players.
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