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High-power Audio Amplifier Construction Manual, 2nd Edition

by: SLONE, RANDY

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On-line Price: TBAPaperbackpackage, 464

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,29.01.09

Category: ENGINEERING Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0071599258
ISBN13: 9780071599252

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The critically acclaimed 'audiophile's bible'--now in a revised and updated edition A favorite with critics and customers alike in its first edition, ' High-Power Audio Amplifier Construction Manual' has been completely updated to equip you with everything you need to know about audio construction-- without the complicated math and engineering concepts. The Second Edition now includes the latest audio technologies and research information, plus all the necessary schematics needed to build the dozen or more new amplifier projects. This hands-on resource ranges from the basics of audio power amplifiers to the construction of high-performance amplifiers to diagnostic equipment and testing procedures. The book features discussions and cookbook designs of the newest types of Class-G and Totem-Pole topologies... a new chapter on digital amplification techniques... an enhanced teaching methodology... more focus on hobbyist construction techniques and troubleshooting methods... and new amplifier projects, from simplest to most difficult.