Audio and Hi-Fi Handbook
Ian Robertson Sinclair
Newnes, 2000 - Reference - 460 pages
Written by a team of experts and specialist contributors, this comprehensive guide has proved to be an invaluable resource for professional designers and service engineers.
Each chapter is written by a leading author, including Don Aldous, Nick Beer, John Borwick, Dave Berriman, John Linsley Hood, Geoff Lewis and John Watkinson, which provides as wide a perspective as possible on high-quality sound reproduction as well as a wealth of expertise.
The third edition includes new chapters on servicing, Nicam stereo and digital satellite radio. For the first time in paperback, this revised edition features a completely new chapter on the most recent digital developments, CD-R/RW, HDCD, Internet audio, MP3 players and DAM-CD.
Ian Sinclair has written over 140 books on aspects of electronics and computing and has been a regular contributor to the electronics and computing press.
A comprehensive - and comprehensible - guide to audio electronics
Enables enthusiasts to understand and modify their Hi-fi equipment
Electronics and design principles make this book a handy reference tool for anyone involved in audio design, manufacture, installation and use.
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