Recreation: Audio: Do-it-Yourself is a category that contains sites for the DIY audio hobbyist and enthusiast. Sites listed herein generally provided information, news and resources for the DIY'er, and provides this information for public use without any intent to profit financially from the information or material provided. This category does NOT list sites related to individual bands, musicians, equipment manufacturers, sound files, recordings, independent producers, online shopping, or retailers.
DIY resource for Audiophiles. Includes recipes for Cat5 speaker cable, fine silver interconnects, and power cords.
Marco Rutz shares his experiences and projects in design, acoustics and recording. Personal observations, current and past projects, photo gallery, and high-end systems are showcased.
A wide collection of DIY Audio Projects that range from chip amplifiers to speakers to tube pre-amplifiers.
Information for audio DIY audio hobbyists. Articles, construction projects, links, sources.
A web community (message forum) for the discussion of DIY Audio.
Very large Web community (forum) for the discussion of diy audio. Registration is required for full access.
Information related to vacuum tube circuits and techniques.
Vacuum tubes for antique radios and tube audio gear.
Regularly updated blog containing a lot of information about DIY Audio.
Describes a few tube amplifier projects including schematics and descriptions of the circuitry.
Articles, pictures, and schematics on public address amplifiers, and other electronics, and related software.
Projects by Nelson Pass including amplifiers, preamps and loudspeakers. Site offers information on circuit boards, FAQs and how to articles.
Raymond's electronics include vacuum tube audio photos and descriptions of projects.
Provides details of the design and construction of two PC integrated audio amplifiers.
Articles about tubes.
Discussion of vacuum tube audio amplifiers and high fidelity equipment with photos and schematic diagrams.
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