Valve Amplifiers

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Elsevier, 14 окт. 2011 г. - Всего страниц: 700

Valve Amplifiers has been recognized as the most comprehensive guide to valve amplifier design, analysis, modification and maintenance. It provides a detailed presentation of the rudiments of electronics and valve design for engineers and non-experts. The source also covers design principles and construction techniques to help end users build their own tool from scratch designs that work. The author's approach walks the reader through each step of designing and constructing, starting with an overview of the essential working principles of valve amplifiers, the simple and complex stages, the process of linking the stages, and completing the design.

The book is comprised of seven chapters all of which include a DIY guide discussion of practical aspects. The text starts with familiarization of the fundamentals of electronics, which are essential for designing and building valve amplifiers. Particular attention has been paid to providing solutions for questions that are commonly asked and faced by beginners in valve designing and construction.

Valve Amplifiers is a masterful hands-on guide for both experts and novices who work with tube audio equipment, and for electronic hobbyists, audio engineers, and audiophiles.

  • 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
 

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1 Circuit Analysis
1
2 Basic Building Blocks
65
Distortion and Noise
155
4 Component Technology
239
5 Power Supplies
333
6 The Power Amplifier
435
7 The PreAmplifier
547
Appendix
647
Index
663
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Morgan Jones is a British soldier who has served for twelve years. He grew up in an impoverished area of the Welsh valleys. He served in the British Army's Royal Corps of Signals, a specialist unit wherein soldiers are selected and highly trained, not only in their particular skills, but also in leadership, planning, and teamwork. He left the British Army in 2003 to pursue a career on the private military circuit. He continues to work on the circuit and is presently Security Manager for an oilrig off the coast of Iraq.

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