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Bob Cordell, an electrical engineer, is a prolific designer of amplifiers, audio test equipment, and other audio gear. He has published articles on power amplifier design in the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society (JAES) and other publications. Bob is a member of the JAES Review Board and he maintains an audiophile website at www.cordellaudio.com.
I received this book as a gift from Jan Didden (linearaudio.com) in 2014. Bob's approach to the design of audio power
amplifiers seems to be close to my book (2004). Read more
This book is great! I'm only to the 43rd page and I'm already recognizing basic amplifier "building blocks", as the author calls them, in the DIY amp designs I regularly... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Daniel Tonks
Full of innovative ideas. Even as a lifetime experimenter, several of them are new to me and I learned many things from this book. Thanks for the tips.Published 7 months ago by Ducky
This book takes audio amplifier design to a high level of refinement. It would be best for an already experienced designer, rather than a beginner.Published 7 months ago by Mark Hornibrook
Power amplifier is just a big discrete operational amplifier. I was an analog IC designer before and designed operational amps. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lela
Very good book for having a good insight to choosing a good amp design.Published 9 months ago by YEW KWOK KONG
Classic book. If you want to understand and/or design them it's a must read.Published 10 months ago by Till Haenisch