In this month’s issue, you can read our review of the elysia xfilter 500, an extraordinary equalizer “Made in Germany” in a 500-series format that offers a precise stereo image based on computer-selected, stepped potentiometers and low-tolerance film capacitors. In our Standards Review column, we address the new Audiobus and Apple’s Inter-App Audio technologies for iOS platforms. The T&M series offers the second part of the excellent “Designing for Ultra-Low THD+N” article by Bruce Hofer. Read more about reinventing low-frequency devices to fit compact sizes in the Mike Klasco and Steve Tatarunis series, “The Lowdown on Woofers, Subwoofers, and Bass Shakers.” And don’t forget our monthly Sound Control article series in which Richard Honeycutt discusses absorption and why it is considered “The Oldest Tool in the Modern Acoustician’s Toolbox.”
In this issue, Shannon Becker interviews Ken Heng Gin Loo and learns why DIY audio projects appeal to this applications engineer.
In our project-oriented section, you can read about The Cathedrals speaker system designed by Ken Bird and read our second serving on “Tips to Resurrect a Classic Speaker or Design a New System” by Thomas Perazella. Also, find out how to “Build a Sound Level Meter and Spectrum Analyzer” in another great project article by Ron Tipton.
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