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For your enjoyment: Digitally Controlled Analog Surround Sound Panning   Presentation:   Circuit Explination:   Presentation documents: 0 – TPJ – Technical Presentation 0 – TPJ556-FINAL report DCASSP-COMPLETE 0 – TPJ556-FINAL report DCASSP-SCHEMATICS V1     Project Source Code:   …

Arduino Project – Digitally Controlled Analog Surround Sound Panning – Open Source Read More »

Adding to the book list for 2015.  Lots learned and so much more to learn!

Someone picked my brain the other day looking for a technique to compress language files. After walking away to think about it… my method was to re-order the ASCII code to the letters by their frequency and the most common words …

On Compressing the English Language Read More »

Was working on my Micro controller reading and had a need for a calculator to check my work for Successive Approximation of Analog to Digital signals. WIKIPEDIA:  A successive approximation ADC is a type of analog-to-digital converter that converts a …

SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATION ADC CALCULATOR Read More »

Bob Katz book “Mastering Audio the art & the science” 2nd ed.

BARELY!!! This was a hairy transport… I feared getting into an accident with this load.   I most certainly would have been taken out.  Also, the weight of them sure dropped the back of the car 3″!   Thanks again …

VW golf – Will it fit?? 14 power amps… Read More »

Doing some research for a school project.  I thought I’d have a benchmark for the project.  This seems like a good starting point. 

To better understand the behavior of a Passive Resistor Inductor / Resistor Capacitor I built another excel calculator…. ly

a whole semester summed up in one drawing   From the Art of Electronics second edition – Paul Horowitz and winfield Hill  

I’ve been calculating a lot of components in series lately for an ECR255 class. I’ve also had to graph them on impedance diagrams and a power triangle. In an effort to better understand the math I made a calculator for …

RLC calculator for components in series Read More »

In the 70’s and into the 90’s WBS used a Schadow switch in almost every product they built. Different buttons required different offsets so “GOLDEN RULES” of design were made up so each engineer was on the same page. I …

schadow switch mounting information Read More »

Check out Jörg Wuttke, Understanding Microphones Jörg Wuttke was born in Berlin in 1942. He studied electronics and telecommunications at Karlsruhe University, specializing in acoustics, and was teaching assistant to professor Günther Kurtze, the inventor of the shotgun microphone. He …

Wednesday night TV Read More »

I’m almost done week 2 of semester two… by themselves they are intimidating, but as a stack they are frightening.

I’m working on the details for some 12 channel side car panels. I’ve done a few rough sketches but these are the most accurate dimensions yet. Things are coming together and as I’m drawing I’m realizing how truly brilliant the …

Details are going in for some side cars Read More »

http://posttoronto.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=59 This is a very well respected read as recommended to me by Neil Muncy.  At the time I was working for him (in exchange for books and resources) he would not let this one go.  Because this book was …

Book recommendation: Audio Systems Design and Installation Read More »

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