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DouglasSelf 15th September 2011 03:20 PM

Loudspeaker articles added to Wireless World archive
 
I have just added these articles to the Wireless World archive:

Friction-driven Loudspeaker Jan 1953
Distortion In Electrostatic Loudspeakers: Feb 1956
"Unbiased": Oct 1963 (on Klaus Fuchs)

See:

http://www.douglas-self.com/ampins/w.../wwarchive.htm

I hope they are of interest.

sreten 15th September 2011 03:32 PM

The Wireless World Archive

rgds, sreten.

bolserst 16th September 2011 12:33 AM

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Originally Posted by DouglasSelf (Post 2711043)
I have just added these articles to the Wireless World archive:

Distortion In Electrostatic Loudspeakers: Feb 1956
The Wireless World Archive

I have really enjoyed all the WW articles you have posted to your archive section.
Thanks so much for your efforts.

You, and others, might be interested to know that two letters(one by Peter Walker) were included in the March 1956 issue of WW which provided some constructive criticism of ESL distortion article.

trobbins 15th January 2012 04:19 AM

Douglas, would you (or anyone else) have WW Sept 1947 ?

If so then I would like to suggest an article by J. Ellis in that issue as suitable to scan. The article is referred to in a book by Briggs and Garner, and google suggests the article title is 'Bass compensation—a system using negative feedback'. I understand the article includes an analysis of local anode-grid feedback for a triode.

Ciao, Tim

DouglasSelf 16th January 2012 02:09 PM

Apart from a few odds and ends my collection starts at 1950. I too would be interested to see stuff from the decade before.

vacuphile 16th January 2012 03:04 PM

Thank you for maintaining your site and posting this. My introduction to electronics was as a young boy, when my dad made a Philips kit for a transformerless tube amp, driving a 600 Ohm speaker. The amp and the schematics got lost in the almost 50 years since then, so it is really nice to read this article in WW. Walking on the sunny side of Memory Lane,

Vac


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