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Tim McCune

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Last summer, when a much-hoped-for mining industry internship for my son fell through, I looked around for something in addition to a job to occupy his time. With the help of friends, I cobbled together a basic electronics internship centering on some classic books from the 1970s and a couple of projects from friends at diyAudio
Over the spring break I dropped by Meggitt Sensing Systems to ask Felix Levinzon to sign my copy of his new book, “Piezoelectric Accelerometers with Integral Electronics,” and I was able to spend some time with him discussing JFETs, MOSFETs, and Russian winters
There is a certain sound you can only get from some of the old ribbon microphones. But you need a preamp with comparable quality and compatible with the other technical criteria.
The recording industry favors ribbon microphones for capturing the subtle nuances of classical music for film scores and stand-alone recordings. Ribbon microphones have special requirements for their preamplifiers; audiophiles are very particular regarding the details.
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