Audio reference materials - books,articles,etc

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jqp

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« on: 30 Sep 2003, 08:55 pm »
There are excellent reference materials out there - lets get them in a FAQ.

And maybe start out own glossary - the ones I have seen were incomplete/inconsistent

Hantra

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« Reply #1 on: 30 Sep 2003, 09:10 pm »
Well here's something good.  

This is a course of sorts that was put together by Verne Hansen, who is one of Ray Kimber's engineers, as well as a professor at Weber State.  It's very good reading on basic concepts of electronics.

I recommend it even for those who are "seasoned".  Ohh. . and for anyone who works for Transparent.   :lol:

http://www.kimber.com/atomic-struct/tablecont.htm

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« Reply #2 on: 30 Sep 2003, 09:54 pm »
thats a great start - I will be reviewing and learning...

warnerwh

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« Reply #3 on: 2 Oct 2003, 05:27 am »
Robert Harley's "The Complete Book of High End Audio" is very good. He covers alot of topics and was much more down to earth than I'd expected. As a matter of fact it's a pretty good book for anybody.

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« Reply #4 on: 2 Oct 2003, 12:17 pm »
F. Alton Everest's "The Master Handbook of Acoustics" is also a great book.  It's not all for the uninitiated, but it does have a lot of info on how sound behaves.