Well here we have it again – the pool chlorinator has failed. People buy chlorintaors thinking that it’s going to last indefinitely and one day you come home after a long hot day at the office and the first thing you want to do is suck on a ice cold beer and take a dip – alas the pool is green and looking pretty murky. Sound familiar…
Two amplifiers that I cannot get out of my head were both British – both standard design, nothing unique and both very good value for money.
In the last article we covered some interesting things relevant to cranking up the volume; one of these being the effect of frequency on your loudspeaker – as mentioned the voice coil of a loudspeaker is an inductance which has a rise in impedance as the frequency rises.
Most people reading this article would have either built their own electronic project, repaired an electronic device or have a knowledge of electronic components.
To write an article about audio equipment is often difficult, especially nowadays when a lot of the up market equipment specs are so closely matched but sound so different. We write this article today, a little bit of tongue in cheek but a lot of things to ponder about as well.
As I was involved in the repair industry for many years – anything from valve gear to computers I have always been enthralled by one thing: The passion
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