Valve Amplifiers (Paperback)
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Short Description for Valve Amplifiers A guide to valve amplifier design, modification, analysis, construction and maintenance. It provides design principles and construction techniques so readers can devise and build from scratch designs that actually work. It includes comparison of bias methods, constant current sinks, upper valve choice, buffering and distortion, and more.
- Published: 12 November 2003
- Format: Paperback 632 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780750656948 ISBN 10: 0750656948
- Sales rank: 175,615
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Full description for Valve Amplifiers
Morgan Jones' "Valve Amplifiers" has been widely recognised as the most complete guide to valve amplifier design, modification, analysis, construction and maintenance written for over 30 years. As such it is unique in presenting the essentials of 'hollow-state' electronics and valve amp design for engineers and enthusiasts in the familiar context of current best practice in electronic design, using only currently available components. The author's straightforward approach, using as little maths as possible, and lots of design knowhow, makes this book ideal for those with a limited knowledge of the field as well as being the standard reference text for experts in valve audio and a wider audience of audio engineers facing design challenges involving valves. Design principles and construction techniques are provided so readers can devise and build from scratch designs that actually work. Morgan Jones takes the reader through each step in the process of design, starting with a brief review of electronic fundamentals relevant to valve amplifiers, simple stages, compound stages, linking stages together, and finally, complete designs. Practical aspects, including safety, are addressed throughout. The third edition includes a new chapter on distortion and many further new and expanded sections throughout the book, including: comparison of bias methods, constant current sinks, upper valve choice, buffering and distortion, shunt regulated push-pull (SRPP) amplifier, use of oscilloscopes and spectrum analysers, valve cooling and heatsinks, US envelope nomenclature and suffixes, heater voltage versus applied current, moving coil transformer source and load terminations. This is a practical guide to analysis, modification, design, construction and maintenance of valve amplifiers. This is a fully up-to-date approach to valve electronics, and an essential reading for audio designers and music and electronics enthusiasts alike.