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8 Modulation Distortion in Loudspeakers and Its Detectability (Part 1) An Introduction to Doppler Distortion By Richard Honeycutt 14 Examining Fundamental Amplifier Techniques with Electron Tubes, 2nd Edition By Richard Honeycutt Reviews the second and more extensive edition of this electronics classic, giving high marks for its useful information about electron tube technology and tube audio amplifiers. 16 Energy-Efficient Multi-Level Amplifier Solutions By Ward Maas This article takes a closer look at a new generation of energy-efficient integrated Class-D amplifier solutions developed by Merus Audio, recently acquired by Infineon Technologies. 24 HDMI Specification 2.1 Improves Home Theater Audio with eARC By Marshall Goldberg 28 Thoughts on AES X223 and X241 Speaker Measurement Projects By Geoff Hill The Audio Engineering Society (AES) is working to develop industry standards, focusing on measurements of loudspeaker drive units. Learn more about the quest. 34 The Incredible Egg (Part 1) Sound Reproduction at Its Best By Thomas Perazella This three-way design features the latest generation of SB Acoustics’ high-end Satori drivers and two Dayton 12” woofers in a separate sealed box base. 42 A Modified Version of the Bullhorn Speaker System By Ken Bird In this article, he details how you can make your own set of these modified “Bullhorn” speakers. 48 The Brioso Speakers Lively Two-Way Speakers with Transmission-Line Bass By Paul Kittinger The Brioso (Italian for lively) uses a Scan-Speak Revelator midwoofer and a Transducer Labs Alumina ceramic dome tweeter in a floor-standing, mass-loaded transmission line enclosure (ML-TL). Learn how to make these award-winning speakers for yourself.

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