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So you want to design high performance audio gear? Do you go to school first or dig in and learn along the way?
There are multiple means of getting digital audio from your CD player, computer, or streaming device into your DAC. Which one of the many is the best?
If your speakers don’t have the bass response you hoped for will increasing the wattage of your power amplifier or receiver help?
XLR balanced interconnects are the best sounding connections between stereo equipment when high performance audio is concerned. But what if you do not have the proper length of cable? Can you connect two or more?
We hear about integrated circuits as well as discrete circuitry. What are the differences between the two and are there advantages?
We understand how a phantom center channel is created in a stereo speaker setup, but how do speakers manage to have sound stages that exceed the width of the two speakers?
Receivers have a switch on their front panel that permits the choice of two speaker sets in different rooms. But, what if someone wants both speaker sets on at the same time?
The gain of his new turntable setup doesn’t match the gain setting of CDs on his preamplifier. How does he fix this problem and should he?
Vacuum tube amplifiers traditionally sport twin square transformers on their frames while solid state amps seem to have only single round toroids for their operation. Why is that?
A 12″ subwoofer goes lower and plays louder than a smaller, 10″ version but what about two 10″ vs. one 12″ subwoofer?