I have it in print. Good little book....There is a good book from Audio Precision "Audio Measurement Handbook" I think you can download it from their website
Designing Power Suppliers for Valve Amplifiers has very recently been re-released as a second edition.Designing Tube Preamps for Guitar and Bass, 2nd edition - Merlin Blencowe
Designing High Fidelity Valve Preamps - Merlin Blencowe
Designing Power Supplies for Valve Amplifiers - Merlin Blencowe (Out of print?)
Available through Valve Wizard!
I own it, great book, not for beginners..... They have a great chapter on graph theory, not for the faint hearted. From an electric circuits theory perspective, in a difficulty scale from 0-10, this book is probably an 8.I found an interesting, old, forgotten book at my university library today.
Electrical Network Theory by Norman Balabanian and Theodore Bickart, 1969.
Wonder if anyone here had it in school some decades ago?
Lots and lots of linear algebra
I have a better alternative, simpler and more useful for electronics: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra by Gilbert Strang, plus, you can also watch the video lectures for free: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra - OCWBooks on mathematics was mentioned before.
Linear algebra and its applications, D. Lay.
This is a broad introduktion to lin alg with lots of examples in many fields from electronics to programing.
Lots of exercises with solutions.
If you want to go down in the analysing/computational parts of electronics then lin alg is a great tool.
Ive been searching theese last weeks for a lin alg book to invest in for more abstract stuff. And I think i found another classic.
Algebra, M. Artin.
Most books in this level is quite dry and just filled with theorems and proofs. This one has quite a lot of explaining aswell.
I think that second link for the videos is broken, I do not see a URL when I hover the cursor over, and no result when clicking.I have a better alternative, simpler and more useful for electronics: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra by Gilbert Strang, plus, you can also watch the video lectures for free: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra - OCW
You are right, just fixed it, thank you!I think that second link for the videos is broken, I do not see a URL when I hover the cursor over, and no result when clicking.
Great database, the vast majority of books are out of print and obviously too old to be a problem, but there are a few recent books like "The Mastering Engineer's Handbook" from 2008. Perhaps those are opensource?This is a huge database with Dutch but also many English books, magazines and scematics; NVHR database. If you leave all the field clear and click on " zoeken " under the blue text ( not the red ) you get all the books. " trefwoord " means keyword to search for a book or something else.
First of all, happy new year!Great database, the vast majority of books are out of print and obviously too old to be a problem, but there are a few recent books like "The Mastering Engineer's Handbook" from 2008. Perhaps those are opensource?
This is the reply from the website;First of all, happy new year!
You have a strong point user 37518. If a moderator thinks this is not right, there is a knob to remove my link or post. From my part i go email the site with this question. It is a clear question. Is this database allowed?
With this, i hope to clear out all questions whether this is legal or not.This is the reply from the website;
Dear Leon,
I understand your problem, but all newer books come from the Internet, sometimes even from the publishers' own sites, so I don't expect any problems with copyrights.
The database has existed for several years and I have only had 1 message from a publisher requesting that 3 books no longer be placed online. It later turned out that these books are still being sold through Amazon.
If a question arises about copyright, the consequences will not be so severe. There will then be a request to delete the relevant document and if that is followed, there will be no further problem.
Closing the entire database therefore seems a bit too much to me.
Sincerely,
John Koster
Librarian NVHR
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