Subwoofer amplifiers vary in weight, size, and length of warranty. What should you look for in a subwoofer amp? In this video, we tell you how we source our amp parts, according to what pieces make a difference.
Andrew Welker: Previously we’ve done a video showing you different adjustments and connections that are available on our subwoofer amplifiers. We decided today to shoot a video in the Axiom Electronic Prototyping Lab (you can see all the components behind us in the small containers). Log in
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Gourmet popcorn is the latest hot food trend, and with good reason. Nothing is easier to flavor and the choices are endless. When you have your own home theatre system, why settle for plastic packs of microwave popcorn for movie night snacks? Here are the top 10 hottest trends for you to make at home.
1. Ranch (It’s Not Just For Doritos®)
Ranch never seems to go out of style, it just keeps coming back again, and again. Take your favorite dry packet of ranch dip or dressing mix and sprinkle over a large bowl of freshly popped and buttered popcorn. If you want to make it a truly gourmet popcorn add some grated parmesan cheese. Log in
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We’ve all been there – maybe it’s your house, maybe it’s a neighbour’s – where this time of year there is an ornament on every surface and no window is left unadorned. You know, the type of decorating that makes the mall look under-done . . . And that’s all well and good in some rooms, but in your man-cave? It’s asking too much!
Send in a photo of the most worst affront that has happened to your speakers when your family was decorating for the holidays! Stockings muffling your tweeters? Snowmen wiping out woofers? Post’em here – you’ll win our sympathy, and if the situation is the worst we’ve ever seen, you’ll win a $50 prize, too! Details. Log in
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Since the turn of the 20th century, we’ve seen recorded music stored in different formats and technologies. Take a look at the timeline!
1896 – Piano Rolls
A piano roll is a continuous roll of paper with holes punched into it. The perforations represent note control data. The roll moves over a reading system known as a ‘tracker bar’ and the playing cycle for each musical note is triggered when a perforation crosses the bar and is read.
1950 – Gramophone Record Log in
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