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Old 11th February 2011, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default RIAA Article and Line Level Buffer

Hi,

I've added two new articles to my web site - one on RIAA Equalizers (Part One) and another (on the home page) on a simple but very effective line level buffer amp to drive 200 to 600 Ohm loads.

I hope later this weekend to publish the RIAA Excel spread sheet for calculating the Equalizer network values, based on Lipshitzes equations

There's an MC front end design in the works as well.

Looks like I will be heading out of Japan in the next few months, so I am going to be very, very busy on the work front.

So many audio projects, so little time . . .

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Thanks Bonsai, I have been enjoying and following your work!

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I have uploaded the RIAA Calculator spread sheet onto my web page below. This covers the Lipshitz design equations for non-inverting active designs, a design procedure from Baxandall and a overload calculator.
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