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Feature Articles are listed in chronological order, based on issue Month/Year:

  1. Build this Variable-Frequency Power Source (Jan. 1970)


  2. Layman's Guide to LOUDSPEAKER SPECIFICATIONS--Part 3 (conclusion) (Jan. 1970)


  3. Quadrisonics on the Air (Jan. 1970)


  4. Splicing Tapes (Jan. 1970)


  5. The 8-Track/Cassette Cold War Gets Warmer (Jan. 1970)


  6. "An Integrated Circuit FM Detector" (Feb. 1970)


  7. A Practical View of Decibels (Feb. 1970)


  8. More on Negative Feedback (Feb. 1970)


  9. The Transient Power of A X-Tereo System (Feb. 1970)


  10. How to Add WOOFER to an Electrostatic Speaker (Mar. 1970)


  11. How to Choose a Loudspeaker (Mar. 1970)


  12. Q's and A's on Loudspeakers (Mar. 1970)


  13. Speaker Size and Performance In Small Cabinets (Mar. 1970)


  14. That Damping Factor (by Paul W. Klipsch) (Mar. 1970)


  15. Negative Feedback by Norman H. Crowhurst (Apr. 1970)


  16. Some Loudspeakers Past and Present (Apr. 1970)


  17. Tape Transport Maintenance PART 5/Heads, Guides, and Pressure Pads (Apr. 1970)


  18. The Listening Room by E.T. Canby (Apr. 1970)


  19. 15 Channels on One Pair of Wires (May 1970)


  20. Cassettes and the Dolby System (May 1970)


  21. Negative Feedback by Norman H. Crowhurst (May 1970)


  22. How To Align Your Stereo Tuner (Part I)--Modifying the FM Generator (Jun. 1970)


  23. The Recording Studio (Jun. 1970)


  24. The Wonderful World Of Integrated Circuits (Jun. 1970)


  25. Transistor Oscillators (Jun. 1970)


  26. How To Align Your Stereo Tuner (Part II) (Jul. 1970)


  27. Doppler Distortion in Loudspeakers (Aug. 1970)


  28. Line Radiators for Public Address (Aug. 1970)


  29. The Computer in Sound System Design (Aug. 1970)


  30. Stereo Receiver Lexicon (part 1) (Sept. 1970)


  31. Stereo Receiver Lexicon (part 2) (Oct. 1970)


  32. Tape Transport Maintenance--Part 6--Brakes (Oct. 1970)


  33. The Mud Factor by Paul W. Klipsch (Oct. 1970)


  34. A Novel FM Probe Unit (Nov. 1970)


  35. Another Look At Parallel-Connected Loudspeakers (Nov. 1970)


  36. How Many Channels (Nov. 1970)


  37. The Function Generator (Nov. 1970)


  38. A Sound-Level Meter (Dec. 1970)


  39. Build Your Own Tape Eraser (Jan. 1971)


  40. Open-Reel Tape Recorders (Jan. 1971)


  41. Tape Transport Maintenance PART 7: Cassette Mechanisms (Jan. 1971)


  42. Audio Transmission Line Equalization (Feb. 1971)


  43. How Many Channels? Part II (Feb. 1971)


  44. Phono Cartridge Survey (Feb. 1971)


  45. Doppler Distortion Again? (Mar. 1971)


  46. Electrostatic Loudspeakers (Mar. 1971)


  47. Loudspeaker Design--Hofmann's Iron Law (Mar. 1971)


  48. The Why and How of Horn Loudspeakers (Mar. 1971)


  49. How to evaluate FM stereo tuner performance (Jan. 1972)


  50. IC Tone Burst Generator--Part 3: Check Out and Operation (Jan. 1972)


  51. Men of Hi-Fi--The Perfect FM Tuner (Jan. 1972)


  52. The Acoustic Feedback Loudspeaker System (Jan. 1972)


  53. A 700 Watt Amplifier design (by Bob Carver) (Feb. 1972)


  54. Amplifier Q's and A's--Mainly For Beginners (Feb. 1972)


  55. Intermodulation Distortion: A Powerful Tool for Evaluating Modern Audio Amplifiers (Feb. 1972)


  56. The Measurement of Loudness (Feb. 1972)


  57. Crossover Network Design (Mar. 1972)


  58. Speaker Q's and A's Mainly for Beginners (Mar. 1972)


  59. Testing Amplifiers With A Bridge (Mar. 1972)


  60. What Price Loudspeaker Response Curves (Mar. 1972)


  61. Activating Your Loudspeaker Crossover (Apr. 1972)


  62. Choosing a Tape Recorder (Apr. 1972)


  63. From the people who brought you Franz Liszt? (Apr. 1972)


  64. Mathematics 4 Beginners--Part Four of a Series (Apr. 1972)


  65. MICROPHONES--Quo Vadis? (Apr. 1972)


  66. Re-facing Tape Recorder Heads (Apr. 1972)


  67. TAPE RECORDERS--A View From The Crystal Ball (Apr. 1972)


  68. London Letter (May 1972)


  69. Men of Hi-Fi (May 1972)


  70. The Language Of High Fidelity—Part I (May 1972)


  71. The Next Ten Years: 1972-1982 (Some Prognostications From Leaders of the Audio Industry) (May 1972)


  72. The "Open-Aire" Principle in High Fidelity Headphones (May 1972)


  73. Why Are Audio People “A Special Breed Of Cat?” (May 1972)


  74. A Dynamic Noise Filter for Mastering (June 1972)


  75. How a Turntable is Profiled (June 1972)


  76. Psychology of Sound Reproduction (June 1972)


  77. The Language of HIGH FDELITY: Part II: Basic Electronic Components (Jun. 1972)


  78. Good News Ahead for Record Buyers (Jul. 1972)


  79. A New Concept in Diamond Syli (Aug. 1972)


  80. A Practical High-Frequency Trackability Test for Phono Pick-Ups (Aug. 1972)


  81. The Language of High Fidelity--Part III: Basic Electronic Components (cont.) (Aug. 1972)


  82. How we test a Phono Cartridge (Aug. 1972)


  83. Phono Cartridge Q's and A's--Mainly for Beginners (Aug. 1972)


  84. Constructing A Room Equalizer (Sept. 1972)


  85. The Language of High Fidelity--Part IV: Basic Electronic Components (concl.) (Sept. 1972)


  86. A Peak-Reading VU Meter With Compensation For Tape Saturation (Oct. 1972)


  87. A Quiet Phonograph Preamplifier (but not for everyone) (Oct. 1972)


  88. Noise Reduction Techniques (Oct. 1972)


  89. The Language of High Fidelity--Part V (Oct. 1972)


  90. Audience Involvement Through Use of BINAURAL SOUND (Nov. 1972)


  91. Equalization of Sound Reinforcement Systems (Nov. 1972)


  92. The Language of High Fidelity--Part VI (Nov. 1972)


  93. The trials and tribulations of the novice kit builder (Nov. 1972)


  94. A Microphone Primer: Basic Construction, Performance, and Applications (Dec. 1972)


  95. Care of Records (Dec. 1972)


  96. The Language of High Fidelity--Part VII: The Basic High-Fidelity System (Dec. 1972)


  97. A Microphone Primer: Basic Construction, Performance, and Applications--Part II: Choosing and Applying (Jan. 1973)


  98. New Specs for the New Tuners (Jan. 1973)


  99. The New Receivers (Jan. 1973)


  100. A Microphone Primer: Conclusion (Feb. 1973)


  101. Buying Watts and Other Things (Feb. 1973)


  102. Fail-Safe Audio Amplifier Design (Feb. 1973)


  103. Men of Hi-Fi--Adrian Horne of Dolby Laboratories London (Feb. 1973)


  104. The Language of High Fidelity--Part VIII (Feb. 1973)


  105. What's Watts (Feb. 1973)


  106. Entering the Recording Field (Mar. 1973)


  107. In All Directions by John Crabbe (Mar. 1973)


  108. Loudspeaker Damping (Mar. 1973)


  109. Omnidirectional Radiation (in Acoustics) (Mar. 1973)


  110. Quadraphony Needs Directional Loudspeakers (Mar. 1973)


  111. Summing it Up (omni-directional speakers) (Mar. 1973)


  112. The Language of High Fidelity--Part IX: Record Players (part a) (Mar. 1973)


  113. The Loudspeaker as a Spherical Sound Source (Mar. 1973)


  114. Logic Control of Tape Recorders (Apr. 1973)


  115. Studio In The Home (or: home in a studio) (Apr. 1973)


  116. The Changing Face Of Open-Reel: market and product trends (Apr. 1973)


  117. An Inexpensive Microphone (The Workbench) (May 1973)


  118. The Language of High Fidelity--Part X: Record Players (May 1973)


  119. Tape Survey (May 1973)


  120. A New Idea for Measuring Wow and Flutter (Jun. 1973)


  121. Automatic or Manual turntables--which one to buy? (Jun. 1973)


  122. Happy 25th Birthday, TRANSISTOR! (Jun. 1973)


  123. Quadraphonic Headphones (Jun. 1973)


  124. Status: The CD-4 System (Jul. 1973)


  125. SQ Update--1973 (Jul. 1973)


  126. The Evolution of Four-Channel Equipment (Jul. 1973)


  127. Why You Should Buy Four-Channel Now (Jul. 1973)


  128. Audio Tests Nine Phono Cartridges (Aug. 1973)


  129. Trackability--1973 (Aug. 1973)


  130. Dolby B-Type Noise Reduction System (Sept. 1973)


  131. Dolby B-Type Noise Reduction System--Part 2 (Oct. 1973)


  132. From The Lab by George W. Tillett (Oct. 1973)


  133. High Fidelity from Cassette Systems (Oct. 1973)


  134. Bass Equalization in Loudspeakers (Nov. 1973)


  135. Breakthrough in Speaker Testing by Richard C. Heyser (Nov. 1973)


  136. Cassette Tape Recording Bias (Nov. 1973)


  137. Equalization in the Home (Nov. 1973)


  138. Fundamentals of Loudspeaker Design (Dec. 1973)


  139. Microphones--The Vital Link in the Recording Chain (Dec. 1973)


  140. "Phasing" in Tape Recording (Dec. 1973)


  141. Recording in 2 and 4 Channels (Dec. 1973)


  142. 20th Century Witchcraft Electronic Surveillance (Jan. 1974)


  143. Compatible Quadra-Direction Discrete Stereo System--Part 1 (Jan. 1974)


  144. From The Lab by George W. Tillett (Jan. 1974)


  145. New IHF Tuner Specs (Jan. 1974)


  146. Compatible Quadra-Direction Discrete Stereo System Part II (Feb. 1974)


  147. High-Voltage Amp Design (Feb. 1974)


  148. Thermal Design of A High-Power Amplifier (Feb. 1974)


  149. From The Ortofon Test Record Library (Mar. 1974)


  150. Nine CD-4 Phono Cartridges Tested (Mar. 1974)


  151. Rx for 78's -- Tape Them (April 1974)


  152. Headphones around the house (May 1974)


  153. Language of High Fidelity--Part XI (May 1974)


  154. Why Electrostatics (May 1974)


  155. Construct a Magnetic Cartridge Preamp (Jun. 1974)


  156. THE GRAMOPHONE: Basis for an Industry (Jun. 1974)


  157. Education In Audio (Jul. 1974)


  158. Microphones Vital Link in the Recording Chain--Part 2 (Jul. 1974)


  159. Build An ES Tweeter / Cone Woofer System (Aug. 1974)


  160. iar--Classroom to Studio (Aug. 1974)


  161. Microphones. Vital Link In the Recording Chain--Part 3 (Aug. 1974)


  162. Cassette Deck Transport Problems (Sept. 1974)


  163. Speaker Tests--Impedance (by Richard C. Heyser) (Sept 1974)


  164. A Primer on Choosing Audio Tape (Sept. 1974)


  165. A Dipole Speaker System (Sept. 1974)


  166. Editor's Review (Sept. 1974)


  167. Speaker Tests: Anechoic Frequency Response (Nov. 1974)


  168. Language of High Fidelity, part XII (Dec. 1974)


  169. New Loudspeaker With Extended Bass (Dec. 1974)


  170. Speaker Tests--Phase Response (by Richard C. Heyser) (Dec. 1974)


  171. Mikes of the Pre-War Era (Dec. 1974)


  172. Mike Technique and Sound Effects (Dec. 1974)


  173. Quality AM Radio (Jan. 1975)


  174. dBs Made Simple (Jan. 1975)


  175. Speaker Tests: Room Test by Richard C. Heyser (Jan. 1975)


  176. FTC Power Ratings: An Optimistic View (Feb. 1975)


  177. Transient IM Distortion in Power Amplifiers (Feb. 1975)


  178. "I See What You Mean!" How the Westrex 45/45 System Was Adopted by the Record Makers (Mar. 1975)


  179. A History of Home Recording (Apr. 1975)


  180. Making Tape (Apr. 1975)


  181. Dual Impedance Headphone Circuit (May 1975)


  182. Piezoelectric Headphones (May 1975)


  183. Speaker Tests Polar Response by Richard C. Heyser (May 1975)


  184. Construct a Dynamic Noise Filter (June 1975)


  185. Basics of Turntables (June 1975)


  186. A.N. Thiele--Sage of Vented Speakers (Aug. 1975)


  187. Motional Feedback in Loudspeakers (Aug. 1975)


  188. Bi-Amplification--Power vs. Program Material vs. Crossover Frequency (Sept. 1975)


  189. Cassette Decks: How Do they Stack Up (Sept. 1975)


  190. How Valid is the FTC Preconditioning Rule? (Sept. 1975)


  191. Language of High Fidelity Part XIII (Dec. 1975)


  192. Miking With The 3-Point System (Dec. 1975)


  193. Designing a Custom Installation (Jan. 1976)


  194. New Tests and Standards for Tuners and Receivers (Jan. 1976)


  195. Harmonic Distortion by Richard C. Heyser (Feb. 1976)


  196. Build a Low TIM Amplifier (Feb. 1976)


  197. A New Suspension System for Phono Styli (Mar. 1976)


  198. IM Distortion in Speaker Systems (Mar. 1976)


  199. 20,000 Watt Home Hi-Fi (Apr. 1976)


  200. Reading VU Meters (Sept. 1976)


  201. Understanding S/N Ratios (Sept. 1976)


  202. A Dealer's View of Discounts and Service (Oct. 1976)


  203. Microphone SENSITIVITY Ratings (Dec. 1976)


  204. Time Delay for Ambience by Len Feldman (Dec. 1976)


  205. Nothing New Under the AM Sun (Jan. 1977)


  206. 30 Years of Audio (May 1977)


  207. How We Hear (May 1977)


  208. Build a Low-Noise Preamp with Weighting Filters (May 1977)


  209. What You Don't Know, HURTS! (May 1977)


  210. Power Amplifiers and the Loudspeaker Load: Some Problems and a Few Suggestions (Aug. 1977)


  211. TIME ALIGNMENT in loudspeakers (Aug. 1977)


  212. Thinking About Print-Through (Sept. 1977)


  213. Amp Design and Overload (Nov. 1977)


  214. Perception and Geometry [by Richard C. Heyser; June 1977]


  215. Time and Frequency Measurements in Loudspeakers [by Richard C. Heyser; July 1977]


  216. Dynamic Range Requirements of Phonographic Preamplifiers [Tomlinson Holman, July 1977]


  217. Turntables (Part I) (June 1977)


  218. Turntables (Part II) (July 1977)


  219. Turntables (Part III) (Aug. 1977)


  220. Turntables (Part IV): Arm/Cartridge Resonance (Oct. 1977)


  221. Iron Curtain Records (June 1977)


  222. The Sheffield Story (about Sheffield Lab and The Mastering Lab) (Jan. 1977)


  223. Remedying RF Interference (RFI) (Jan. 1977)


  224. Build a Class-A Amplifier (by Nelson Pass) (Feb. 1977)


  225. Construct a Wide Bandwidth Preamplifier (Feb. 1977)


  226. New Tests for Preamplifiers (by Tomlinson Holman) (Feb. 1977)


  227. Cheap and Dirty Inverse RIAA / Square Wave Generator (Feb. 1977)


  228. Birth of a Spec? PHONO CARTRIDGE NOISE (March 1977)


  229. Movie Sound Reproduction (March 1977)


  230. Simple PINK NOISE Filter (March 1977)


  231. Fighting Distortion in Tape Recording (April 1977)


  232. OPEN-REEL vs. CASSETTE (April 1977)


  233. The Compleat Microphone Evaluation (April 1977)


  234. Miking the PRO Way (Nov. 1977)


  235. Christmas Buying Guide 1977 (Dec. 1977)


  236. Edison Tin-foil Phonograph--Complete Sound Recording and Playback System (Exclusive Test) (Dec. 1977)


  237. Frequency Modulation Distortion in Loudspeakers as a Frequency Design Criteria (Dec. 1977)


  238. Wags and Tales That Started A Revolution--The Edison Cylinder (Dec. 1977)


  239. My Friend the Maestro--fond reminiscences of Leopold Stokowski (Jan. 1978)


  240. Recordings for Critical Listening (Jan. 1978)


  241. TDS (time delay spectrometry) in Sound Measurements (Jan. 1978)


  242. Antennas Part 1--What Kind of FM Antenna is Best for You? (Jan. 1978)


  243. Antennas Part II--Transmission Lines & Signal Distribution (Feb. 1978)


  244. Antennas Part III--Transmission Lines and Signal Distribution (Mar. 1978)


  245. Antennas Part IV--Complete Antenna Systems (Apr. 1978)


  246. Antennas Part V--Special Antenna Techniques (Jan. 1979)


  247. FM Specifications Revisited by Leonard Feldman (April 1978)


  248. Alternatives by Richard C. Heyser (Feb. 1978)


  249. Hearing vs. Measurement by Richard C. Heyser (Mar. 1978)


  250. A Visit to the JAPAN Audio Fair (Feb. 1978)


  251. Build a moving coil phono pre-preamp (Feb. 1978)


  252. Cascode Amp Design by Nelson Pass (March 1978)


  253. Equivalent Mass--Fact or Fiction? Science and theory of tonearms and pickup cartridges (March. 1978)


  254. The Perils of Patchwork -- A Field Guide to Audio Interconnects and Patch Cables (March 1978)


  255. Tape Slitting & Edge Quality (April 1978)


  256. Open-Reel Renaissance (April 1978)


  257. FCC's 4-Channel Listening Tests (May 1978)


  258. Headphones: History and Measurement (May 1978)


  259. Phonograph Reproduction --1978: part 1 (May 1978)


  260. Phonograph Reproduction --1978: part 2 (Jun. 1978)


  261. A New Standard in Turntable Speed Constancy (June 1978)


  262. New IHF Amp Standard (June 1978)


  263. A New Recording System (July 1978)


  264. Guide to good service (July 1978)


  265. Another Look at Crossover Networks by Neville Thiele (Aug. 1978)


  266. Confessions of a Loudspeaker Engineer (Aug. 1978)


  267. The Sabine Reverberation Equation and its Offspring (Aug. 1978)


  268. 58 Cassettes Tested (Sept. 1978)


  269. Performance of High Energy in Magnetic Materials in Audio Cassette Recording Tapes (Sept. 1978)


  270. The Compleat Microphone Evaluation--An Update (Sept. 1978)


  271. A Guide to COINCIDENT MIKES (Nov. 1978)


  272. Interview with Les Paul (Dec. 1978)


  273. Acoustic Rosetta Stone by Richard C. Heyser (Jan. 1979)


  274. Rimo FM Tuner Filters (Jan. 1979)


  275. SCA & Stereo FM (Jan. 1979)


  276. TDS (time delay spectrometry)--a progress report (Jan. 1979)


  277. A View Through Different Windows by Richard C. Heyser (Feb. 1979)


  278. Build an Amp Strapping Circuit (Feb. 1979)


  279. Build A Microphone Preamp (Feb. 1979)


  280. Build a Stepped Volume Control (Feb. 1979)


  281. Scott--The Stradivarius of Radio (Feb. 1979)


  282. Catastrophe Theory and its Effect on Audio--Part 1, by Richard C. Heyser (Mar. 1979)


  283. Understanding Phono Cartridges (Mar. 1979)


  284. Catastrophe Theory and its Effect on Audio--Part 2, by Richard C. Heyser (Apr. 1979)


  285. Phase, Time, Ears & Tape (Apr. 1979)


  286. Build a Headphone Amp by Walter G. Jung (May 1979)


  287. Catastrophe Theory and its Effect on Audio--Part 3, by Richard C. Heyser (May 1979)


  288. Line Surge and Hash Protection for Hi-Fi Equipment (May 1979)


  289. An Overview of SID and TIM--Part I (Jun. 1979)


  290. Do Turntable Mats Work? You Bet! (Jun. 1979)


  291. The Fine Art Of Tweaking Your Turntable (Jun. 1979)


  292. An Overview of SID and TIM: Part II--Testing (Jul. 1979)


  293. An Overview Of SID and TIM-- Part III: Analysis and Design of Amplifiers for Minimum SID (Aug. 1979)


  294. Influence of Listening Rooms On Loudspeaker Systems by Roy F. Allison (Aug. 1979)


  295. The Importance of Speaker Directivity (Sept 1979)


  296. Tape-to-Deck MATCHING For Best Dolby Tracking (Sept. 1979)


  297. Up in the Air About Metal Tape (Sept. 1979)


  298. Digital Recording: State of the Market (Dec. 1979)


  299. The Ins and Outs of Toroidal Transformers (Dec. 1979)


  300. Picking at the Congress (Dec. 1979)


  301. The Importance of Dynamic Range (Jan. 1980)


  302. Tonearm Geometry and Setup Demystified (Jan. 1980)


  303. Kill FM Interference With Two Antennas (Jan. 1980)


  304. Dr. Thomas Stockham on the Future of Digital Recording (Feb. 1980)


  305. Another View of TIM (transient intermodulation distortion) (part 1) (Feb. 1980)


  306. Another View of TIM (transient intermodulation distortion) (part 2) (Mar. 1980)


  307. PICKING CAPACITORS -- Selection of Capacitors for Optimum Performance -- part 1 (Feb. 1980)


  308. PICKING CAPACITORS -- Selection of Capacitors for Optimum Performance -- part 2 (Mar. 1980)


  309. Doug Sax: On Current Record Technology and Music Systems of the Future (Mar. 1980)


  310. Build a Double-Barreled Amplifier--Part 1 (April 1980)


  311. Digital Techniques in Sound Reproduction-- Part I (April 1980)


  312. Trends for the Future (April 1980)


  313. Build a Headphone Crossfeed Circuit (May 1980)


  314. Digital Techniques in Sound Reproduction-- Part II (May 1980)


  315. How Vinyl Records Are Made (June 1980)


  316. Understanding Tonearms (June 1980)


  317. Alternative Speaker Technologies (Aug. 1980)


  318. PROFILE---Paul Klipsch Arkansas Speaker Maker (Aug. 1980)


  319. In the Groove: Close-Up View of Record Wear (Sept. 1980)


  320. Edwin Armstrong--GENIUS INVENTOR (Nov. 1980)


  321. The New Level Meters (Dec. 1980)


  322. Audio--Pain or Pleasure (Jan. 1981)


  323. Construct an Indoor FM Antenna (Jan. 1981)


  324. All That Data: Tape Deck Frequency Response and Headroom (Jan. 1981)


  325. Acoustics Circa 1657--Explorations Into Our Acoustic Heritage (Feb. 1981)


  326. Crown's Self-Analyzing Power Amplifiers (Feb. 1981)


  327. DvR's Latest: The Analog Bass Computer (Feb. 1981)


  328. More Than One Vertical Tracking Angle (March 1981)


  329. The Phono Cartridge Electrical Output Network (March 1981)


  330. The Audio Interview: Willi Studer (April 1981)


  331. Open Reel Recorders (The Mechanism Of Magnetic Tape Erasure; Focus On Head Demagnetization) (April 1981)


  332. Dolby C-Type Noise Reduction (May 1981)


  333. The New Featherweight Headphones (May 1981)


  334. Linear Tracking Turntables (June 1981)


  335. Telefunken Digital Mini Disc (June 1981)


  336. The Roots of High Fidelity Sound (June 1981)


  337. Measuring Speaker Motion With A Laser--PART ONE (Aug. 1981)


  338. Cassettes: Focus On Shell Mechanics (Sept. 1981)


  339. Measuring Speaker Motion With A Laser--PART TWO (Sept. 1981)


  340. Antennas AM -- Build The AM Superloop Antenna (Jan. 1982)


  341. Antennas FM -- Try a Rhombic FM Antenna (Jan. 1982)


  342. Audio in England (Jan. 1982)


  343. The CX Noise Reduction System for Records (Feb. 1982)


  344. Understanding Equalization and Time Constants (Feb. 1982)


  345. How Phono Cartridges Work (Mar. 1982)


  346. Tape Recorder Maintenance (Apr. 1982)


  347. The Audio Interview: Rudy Bozak (May 1982)


  348. Headphones--How they Work (May 1982)


  349. Get the Most Sound From 78’s (June 1982)


  350. Which Tracks Best--A pivoted or a radial Tonearm? (June 1982)


  351. AM Stereo: An FCC Fiasco (July 1982)


  352. The Audio Interview: Ray Dolby (July 1982)


  353. "You're Hearing America" -- period radio program (July 1982)


  354. Crossovers for Subwoofer Biamping (Aug. 1982)


  355. Basics of Tape Performance (Sept. 1982)


  356. Refocus on Demagnetization (Sept. 1982)


  357. Seeing Sound with a Laser (Sept 1982)


  358. Sony's Digital Compact Disc Player -- Exclusive First Look! (Nov. 1982)


  359. The Audio Interview: Godehard Guenther -- The man who made the Mini-Speaker (Nov. 1982)


  360. The only component you can't replace: Ears ( Dec. 1982)


  361. 11 Outdoor FM Antennas Analyzed (Jan. 1983)


  362. The Audio Interview: Jim Kogen--The Engineer as President (of Shure) (Feb. 1983)


  363. The RCA Videodisc Gets Stereo (Feb. 1983)


  364. WFMT--Satellite Superstation (Feb. 1983)


  365. Phase Testing in Phono Cartridges (Mar. 1983)


  366. Hi-Fi Furniture--- A Cabinetmaker's Comparison (Apr. 1983)


  367. Noise Reduction--Side Benefits & Side Effects (Apr. 1983)


  368. Beta Hi-Fi: Better Audio for Video (May 1983)


  369. Build a Stereo Headphone Amp (May 1983)


  370. How to Build a Low Cost Stereo Enhancer (May 1983)


  371. Battle of the Amps (Jun. 1983)


  372. Build a Poor-Man's Wow & Flutter Meter (Jun. 1983)


  373. A Sense of Loss (a look at hearing loss) (July 1983)


  374. The Audio Interview: Direct Reflections from Amar Bose (July 1983)


  375. Computer-Aided Audio Calculations (Nov. 1983)


  376. Computer-Aided Filter Design (Nov. 1983)


  377. Time Delay Spectrometry (TDS) Computing (Nov. 1983)


  378. Confessions of a Digital Recordist (Dec. 1983)


  379. How We Hear Direction (Dec. 1983)


  380. Bringing Trackability Home (Jan. 1984)


  381. The Audio Interview: Sheffield Lab's DOUG SAX and LINCOLN MAYORGA (Jan. 1984)


  382. NAD's Floppy Tonearm (Feb. 1984)


  383. Performance-Check Your Amp and Preamp--Part 1: Frequency Response, Signal-to-Noise Ratio, and Sensitivity (Feb. 1984)


  384. Performance-Check Your Amp and Preamp -- Part 2: Maximum Output Power, Power Bandwidth, Damping Factor, Preamp Maximum Input and Output Voltage, Crosstalk and Separation (Mar. 1984)


  385. Sound Reinforcement for the Amateur (Mar. 1984)


  386. Error Correction in the Compact Disc System (April 1984)


  387. Philips Oversampling System for Compact Disc Decoding (April 1984)


  388. What makes a CD Player Professional? (April 1984)


  389. At Last--Stereo TV (June 1984)


  390. Polk's SDA Speakers: Designed-In Stereo by Matthew Polk (June 1984)


  391. Speaker Impedance: More Complex than One Number by Richard C. Heyser (June 1984)


  392. Phase Filter for Digital (July 1984)


  393. Sony Car CD Player: On the Road (July 1984)


  394. The Audio Interview: Telarc's Jack Renner--Recording Without a Net (July 1984)


  395. Dolby Dynamic Bias Control with HX Professional (Aug. 1984; analog tape at its best!)


  396. Cassette Test Update: 12 Formulations (Sept. 1984)


  397. History of Magnetic Recording—part 2 (Sept. 1984)


  398. How Important is Tape Azimuth? (Sept. 1984)


  399. VHS Hi-Fi: Five Units Tested (Nov. 1984)


  400. Home Studios--Do It The Pro Way (Part II) (Dec. 1984)


  401. Controlling MC Cartridge Response (Jan. 1985)


  402. The Audio Interview: John Charles Cox--A Matter of Precedence (Jan. 1985)


  403. Build a High-Performance Noise Reducer (Feb. 1985)


  404. Frequency Contouring for Image Enhancement (Feb. 1985)


  405. The DNR Noise Reducer: How it Works and How to Build it. (Feb. 1985)


  406. FM Fidelity: Is The Promise Lost? (March 1985)


  407. The Problem with FM (March 1985)


  408. Microphones: Start With the Basics (Apr. 1985)


  409. London Letter: Edison Updated, Awards Reinstated (May 1985)


  410. Cassette Quality: What Is The Industry Doing? (Jun. 1985)


  411. The Whys and Hows of Cassette Equalization (Jun. 1985)


  412. The Magic Speaker from Acoustic Research (by Ken Kantor; July 1985)


  413. Tailor-Made Bass -- A DIY Project (Aug. 1985)


  414. Gray Market Electronics: Worth the Price? (Sept. 1985)


  415. A New CD Test Standard (Dec. 1985)


  416. Auricle: One Listener's CD Player Survey (by Anthony H. Cordesman) (Jan. 1986)


  417. Build a Slow-Start Circuit (Jan. 1986)


  418. A History of Binaural Sound (Mar. 1986)


  419. Confessions of a Loudspeaker Salesman (Mar. 1986)


  420. FMX: Long Distance Stereo, Clean as Mono (May 1986)


  421. Cassette Tape Update: 49 Formulations (Jun. 1986)


  422. Change for the Better: Four Multi-Disc CD Players (Jun. 1986)


  423. Deck to Deck Matching and NR: Straightening the Mirror (Aug. 1986)


  424. Matching a Mike (Aug. 1986)


  425. The Filter in our Ears (Sept. 1986)


  426. Build a Passive Image Enhancer (Nov. 1986)


  427. Build A LIVE END/DEAD END Listening Room--PART I (Dec. 1986)


  428. Nine Stations--One Antenna (Jan. 1987)


  429. Nulling Out Amp Distortion by David Hafler (Feb. 1987)


  430. Illusions for Stereo Headphones (Mar. 1987)


  431. Direct Metal Mastering-- A New Art In LP Records (April 1987)


  432. Theory, Ingenuity, And Wizardry In Speaker Design (April 1987)


  433. Car Stereo Noise: A Process Of Elimination (May 1987)


  434. The Magnavox 16-bit Series -- Making Good Players Better (June 1987)


  435. Plane Facts About Flat Speakers by Kenneth L. Kantor (Aug. 1987)


  436. The LEDE Concept (Aug. 1987)


  437. The Case for Active Speakers (by Bob S. Stuart) (Sept. 1987)


  438. Designing a Home Listening Room (Sept. 1987)


  439. Do CDs Sound Different? (Nov. 1987)


  440. The Effectiveness of Bulk Erasing (Jan. 1988)


  441. Understanding Common-Mode Signals (Feb. 1988)


  442. Deciding on DAT: Witness of the Persecution (Mar. 1988)


  443. THE AUDIO INTERVIEW: Grusin & Rosen of GRP, The Musician's Label (Mar. 1988)


  444. The Moscow Sessions: From Russia with Love (Mar. 1988)


  445. Turntable Mats and Clamps: By The Numbers (Apr. 1988)


  446. An Informal History of Solid-State Amps (June 1988)


  447. Audio Interview, The: E. Alan Silver--The Connoisseurs’ Selection (July 1988)


  448. Simple Construction Projects--Build an Active Filter (July. 1988)


  449. Audio Interview, The --Tom Jung--The Digital Music-Man (Aug. 1988)


  450. EQ & NR: Striking A Balance (Aug. 1988)


  451. Hi-Fi Sound on Hi-Fi VCRs (Sept 1988)


  452. Speakers by Design by Ken Kantor -- Part 1 (Nov. 1988)


  453. Speakers by Design by Ken Kantor -- Part 2 (Dec. 1988)


  454. Crest Factors of CDs (Dec. 1988)


  455. Oberlin Smith--Centenary of Magnetic Recording (Dec. 1988)


  456. Earning a Deaf Ear: Loud Music & Hearing Loss (Jan. 1989)


  457. Enduring Instruments--Treasures from The Yale Collection (Feb. 1989)


  458. Electrostatic Speakers: Theory and Practice -- Part 1 (Mar. 1989)


  459. Putting the Byte on Noise--NoNoise from Sonic Solution (Mar. 1989)


  460. Audio in China: Hi-Fi Takes a Great Leap Forward (Apr. 1989)


  461. Electrostatic Speakers: Theory and Practice -- Part 2 (Apr. 1989)


  462. The QUAD Manchester Competitions (Apr. 1989)


  463. Quick Construction Project: Indoor FM Antenna (July 1989)


  464. How Hot are CDs? Recording levels of CD format (July 1989)


  465. Cable and the Amp / Speaker Interface (Aug. 1989)


  466. Wither the Stereo LP? (Aug. 1989)


  467. Bit By Bit (AES presentation, “Audio in Digital Times”, May 1989) (Sept. 1989)


  468. The Audio Interview: Emory Cook--First Take (Sept. 1989)


  469. Binaural Overview: Ears Where the Mikes Are--part 1 (Nov. 1989)


  470. The Aachen Head System--Binaural Recording for Headphones and Speakers (Dec. 1989)


  471. Binaural Overview: Ears Where the Mikes Are--part 2 (Dec. 1989)


  472. The Audio Interview: Laurie Fincham--bass viol to bass driver (Jan. 1990)


  473. The Certified Bass for the Certifiable (Jan. 1990)


  474. By the Numbers: Statistics in A/B testing (Feb. 1990)


  475. Sound from Space--Digital Broadcasts, Digital Components (Feb. 1990)


  476. Introducing Dolby S-Type Noise Reduction (Jun. 1990)


  477. Build an Auxiliary Switchbox (Aug. 1990)


  478. Parallel Universes---DSP for the Hearing Impaired (Sept. 1990)


  479. Archival Revival -- Problems and Solutions in Long-Term Tape Performance (Nov. 1990)


  480. Muffling the Neighbors: Ten Tips to Reduce Noise (Nov. 1990)


  481. Good Walls Make Good Neighbors (Dec. 1990)


  482. Music of the Bitstream (Jan. 1991)


  483. Plain Wire / Fancy Reception (Jan. 1991)


  484. The Phonograph's Forgotten Heroes (Mar. 1991)


  485. Tractrix Horns--Improved Imaging and Phasing (Mar. 1991)


  486. Headphones: As Close as You Can Get (Apr. 1991)


  487. The Audio Interview: Tom Frost--Master Producer (Apr. 1991)


  488. Sonic Restoration of Historical Recordings--Part 1 (Jun. 1991)


  489. What Ever Became of Frequency Response? (Jun. 1991)


  490. New Life in Cassettes--Digital Duplications (Jul. 1991)


  491. Sonic Restoration of Historical Recordings--Part 2 (Jul. 1991)


  492. Have DAT ... will Travel (Sept. 1991)


  493. Noteworthy: How PASC Data Compression Works In Philips Digital Compact Cassette (Sept. 1991)


  494. Impedance, Cables & Treble Loss (Nov. 1991)


  495. The ABCs of DCC (Jan. 1992)


  496. Tuning Into Yesterday: Vintage Sets from the Golden Age of Broadcasting -- Atwater Kent Museum (Jan. 1992)


  497. CD Packaging-- A Boxing Free-for-All (Feb. 1992)


  498. The Audio Interview--Henry Kloss--Distilling the Elements (Feb. 1992)


  499. A/B/Xing DCC (Apr. 1992)


  500. Cedar Noise Reduction-- Getting the Grain Out (Mar. 1992)


  501. The Audio Interview: George L Augspurger--Designs by Perception (Apr. 1992)


  502. A New Type of Speaker-- A Sphere of Sound (Jun. 1992)


  503. Recordable CD: Promises & Problems (part 1) (Jun. 1992)


  504. Recordable CD: Promises & Problems (part 2) (Jul. 1992)


  505. The Audio Interview: Heitaro Nakajima Digital Pathfinder (July 1992)


  506. Listening and Experience (Aug. 1992)


  507. SRS: Surround Sound With Only Two Speakers (Aug. 1992)


  508. The Audio Interview--Jack Pfeiffer: RCA's Prince Charming (Nov. 1992)


  509. Thunder in the Listening Room--Subwoofer Shootout (Nov. 1992)


  510. Made In America -- Advertising Supplement (Dec. 1992)


  511. The Mechanics of Sony's MiniDisc--Beyond the Caddy (Dec. 1992)


  512. Coloration of Room Sound by Reflections (Mar. 1993)


  513. Computing audio's future (Jan. 1994)


  514. Digital Up-manship (Jan. 1994)


  515. The Best Place for your Speakers? Your Computer Knows! (Aug. 1994)


  516. Build a Class-A 100 Watt Mono Amp--Part 1 (Jan. 1995)


  517. Mondo Audio -- Interview: Stan Kelly (Jan. 1995)


  518. The Audio Interview--In Pursuit of Excellence: Tim de Paravicini (Jan. 1995)


  519. The Promise & Problems of Computer Sound Boards (Nov. 1995)


  520. The Audio Interview: Rudy Van Gelder--Capturing the State of the Art (Nov. 1995)


  521. The Audio Interview: Mastering the Art of Vinyl--Mobile Fidelity's Herb Belkin (Jan. 1996)


  522. The Trouble with Jitter (Jan. 1996)


  523. 19 Bits in a 16-bit Sack (Mar. 1996)


  524. Digital Deliverance (Noise shaping, HDCD, etc.) (Apr. 1996)


  525. Mondo Audio (by Ken Kessler; Aug. 1996)


  526. Tuning up for Surround Sound (Aug. 1996)


  527. Buried Treasure--Sony Classical's Masterworks Heritage Reissue Series (March 1997)


  528. Flying Blind--The case against long-term listening (March 1997)


  529. No Respect for Audiophiles? (1997)


  530. Digital Doctor: A look at DAT and MiniDisc (May 1997)


  531. The Future of Stereo (part 1) by Floyd E. Toole (May 1997)


  532. The Future of Stereo (part 2) by Floyd E. Toole (June 1997)


  533. Dorian Live: Dorain Recordings Revealed (June 1997)


  534. Mondo Audio--The X-Factor (by Ken Kessler) (March 1997)


  535. Mondo Audio--Stupid Is As Stupid Does (by Ken Kessler) (June 1997)


  536. Digital Audio for the Future by Bob Stuart (part 1) (March 1998); part 2, April 1998


  537. The Audio Interview: Richard Fryer -- Shedding Light on Spectral (March 1998)


  538. 96/24: Digital Heaven or Digital Hell? (July 1998)


  539. 96/24 on DVD: First Impressions of the 96-Khz/24-Bit Stereo Music DVDs From Chesky and Classic Records (July 1998)


  540. Interview with Andy Kotsatos of Boston Acoustics (Aug. 1998)


  541. Building a Legacy--Interview with Bill Dudleston by Tom Nousaine (Dec. 1998)


  542. All About Paradigm Loudspeakers (April 1999)


  543. Bass vs. Space: Room Acoustics and Good Sound (July/Aug. 1999)

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