AudioXpress 2002/11

  • FEATURES
  • A 100W/CHANNEL AB DIFFERENTIAL INPUT AMPLIFIER, PART 1 (6)
    Here's a down-to-earth approach to differential input that improves upon the original amp design.
  • A PASSIVE, LOW LEVEL CROSSOVER (16)
    This veteran audiophile helps to take the guesswork out of complicated network crossover design.
  • BUILD A LOW-VOLTAGE TUBE HYBRID HEADPHONE/LINE AMP (20)
    Here's an easy-to-build headphone amp project that also serves as a good introduction to tubes.
  • TUNING IN ON THE AM BAND (32)
    Discover just how enjoable a well-tuned station can be with these two AM antennas.
  • A DRUM-HEAD MIDRANGE (34)
    This speaker-restoration project brings new life to a midrange and hours of listening enjoyment to its owner.
  • DAMPING LOUDSPEAKERS IN SERIES (38)
    What,s the best approach to take in connecting two loudspeakers? This audio expert provides some answers.
  • HIGH GM SMART POWER TUBES, PART 1 (42)
    Learn about the opportunities, as wel as drawbacks, associated with high-transconductance vacuum tubes.
  • VACUUM TUBES BORN AGAIN IN NANOTUBE MEMS (46)
    A look at the future in audio amplification.
  • REVIEWS
  • S-5 ELECTRONICS K-12M (47)
    As our team of reviewers discovers, the musical quality from this low-cost tube amp may surprise you.
  • LISTENING CRITIQUE (49)
  • VIDSINIX VCB-100 (53)
    Take the tedium out of crossover design with this switchbox to test components and configurations.
  • SOUNDS CYLINDRICAL (56)
    A CD collection of early twentieth-century recorded music.
  • DEPARTMENTS
  • XPRESS MAIL (60)
    Readers speak out.
  • AUDIO AID (69)
    A Log Contro Using a Linear Pot.
  • NEW CHIPS ON THE BLOCK (72)
    AKM AK4560A.
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
  • CLASSFIEDS (70)
    Audio-related items for sale or wanted.
  • AD INDEX (70)
  • YARD SALE (701)
    Free classifieds for subscribers.