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Old 5th January 2012, 11:00 PM   #581
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Tvrgeek, it is best not to be so suspicious, until you are a full audio design engineer.
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Old 6th January 2012, 12:09 AM   #582
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That makes sense, keep the feedback. The odd part is the 2.2K is series with the output. It has to be incorrect. I'll try to scan the portion.
Sure, it would be surrealistic to do that.
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Tvrgeek, it is best not to be so suspicious, until you are a full audio design engineer.
How one can become an audio design engineers not being curious?
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Err ...Suspicious is what JC said, curious us when you pull it apart and can't put it back ..

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More importantly, who decides when you're a "full audio design engineer"? Can someone be a partial audio design engineer? Or do the rest of us have to continue staring at the ground and drooling?
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More importantly, who decides when you're a "full audio design engineer"? Can someone be a partial audio design engineer? Or do the rest of us have to continue staring at the ground and drooling?
I suspect that means somebody can do nothing except design audio devices of certain topology.
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You're an Full Audio Design engineer when stereophile reviews and test your product. Half bake Audio engineers go to that other magazine...


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Old 6th January 2012, 01:45 AM   #588
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The advice I hoped to give was: IF you do not have a whole lot of experience and education concerning what you are concerned about, in this case, audio amps, perhaps you should believe the schematic given to you, UNLESS you can show otherwise. For the record, Wavebourn, I was 9 years old when I was in the 5th grade, and I was still a 'kid'. I did not take algebra until I as in the 9th grade, and I was 13. Do we have a difference in understanding what 5th grade is?
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The advice I hoped to give was: IF you do not have a whole lot of experience and education concerning what you are concerned about, in this case, audio amps, perhaps you should believe the schematic given to you, UNLESS you can show otherwise. For the record, Wavebourn, I was 9 years old when I was in the 5th grade, and I was still a 'kid'. I did not take algebra until I as in the 9th grade, and I was 13. Do we have a difference in understanding what 5th grade is?
Yes. We did not have Elementary, Middle, and High schools. We did not choose what to take. We had 10 year program, from Monday to Saturday, all lessons compulsory to get so called "Middle" education. We had no "Multiple Choice" exams, all tests and exams required to think and show understanding of material learned. If somebody failed, he/she must stay one more year in the same grade. Pretty tough, huh?

Then, there were available Profesional-Technical schools and technicums that included last 2 grades of the school, plus 3 grades of professional training. Graduates of them were not called Engineers.

For Engineers there were Institutes, each of them had own specific, for example Medical Institute (for MDs), Institute of Electronics (for MS EEs), and so on. Institutes were connected with scientific institutes and industry enterprises, like Institute of Semiconductor Devices, electronics manufacturing plants, and so on.
Also, there were Universities that prepared scientists and professors.

Quite different education.
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I thought so.
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