The Boston Globe There were a number of companies showing off vinyl turntables; my favorite was GPinto, an Italian outfit that makes a $3,000 platter with a built-in amplifier driven by old-school . Meanwhile Eastman Kodak Co., inventor of th
Forbes Back in the 1950s, before the advent of transistors, valves powered all devices. Readers in the USA may know valves as tubes; small glass that glow with heat and do the amplification job that transistors now perform. I'll be using
Stereophile Magazine V 80 SE... cultivating a new, more refined vision of what a tube amplifier should look and sound like. Both sides of the Atlantic are making tube products that (again) sound at least a little like actual and less l
power amplifiers: Adding punch to your sound designAudiophiles always said that the best sound came from . There are schools of thought that say FETs are more closely related to the type of distortion and sound that produce in than BJTs.
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – Washington Heights residents mourned the loss of a man who was a positive force in their community this past week. Ted Buczek lived in Bergen County, but his heart was in Washington Heights, WCBS 880's Sean Adams repo
CBS New York Sean Adams. Do you have a minute? Turn up your radio and let me tell you a story! It's a simple thing, really. Humans have been doing it for thousands of years, around campfires, on paper, through the magic of electromagnetic wav
CBS New York Empty packets of water widely throughout the country litter the ground near the Cuban-run Nicolas Armand hospital in Arcahaie, 48km north of Port-au-Prince, where several cholera victims are treated on October 26, 2010. (Photo cr
CBS New York On Tuesday, a suspect fleeing from police dove under a wave runner covered with a blue tarp. He picked the wrong yard. It belongs to police Captain Ronald Klein. Bandit went berserk. “He's not a normal barker. He just barks