This category is for sites that are related to the science and study of audio and video electronics. It is not for sites that manufacture or sell audio and video equipment. Sites that manufacture or sell audio and video equipment should be listed in the appropriate category elsewhere in the directory.
Covers UHJ discography, pair-wise mixing and separation, and spherical harmonic components.
Audio electronic designs for the do-it-yourself hobbyist.
Forum for the exchange of audio-related knowledge: from DIY amplifiers to audiophile recordings.
The audio professional society.
Audio/Video discussion forum. Frequented by audio/video enthusiasts, professional and hobbyist alike. No cost and no registration required.
A historical review of the video format that first became popular in the UK and later lost popularity to the VHS format.
Facts, questions and answers, and definitions about flat panel displays.
Digital Kaos is a support forum for dreambox receivers and general cable and satellite tv enthusiasts.
Reference site for all electronics applications. Tutorials on power supplies, testing, audio, microphones, amplifiers, motor control, basic electronics, lasers, radios, digital electronics, and robotics.
HDTV reviews, news and product information.
Head-Fi is the meeting place for headphone hi-fi enthusiasts.
Illustrated guide to analog and digital recording. Includes a sound sample.
Basic explanation of the theory behind the workings of a video camcorder. Explanations of theory, formats, manufacturers, FAQ, and How-it-works.
Fully illustrated tutorial about magnetic recording, with related links.
Java applet allows viewing and adjusting of color and brightness characteristics of a computer video screen.
A museum and research reference site of small format video tape recorders that existed prior to 1976.
Anthology of do-it-yourself instruction for designing and building tube-based instruments.
Information about pro audio, including vintage broadcast consoles, processors, and cart machines.
Information for the DIY audio enthusiast.
A variety of acoustics related software tools geared toward the do-it-yourself experimenter.
Synopsis of first vinyl recording cutter and cartridge for playback.
History of sound recording from Edison to MP3. Covers the technologies of sound recording, their impact on culture, and the business of making and selling recorders and recordings.
Active forum for exchange of tube audio ideas and technology.
An essay presented to the AES on the much-debated topic of the tonality of different amplifier technology.
Extensive list of links and topics on vacuum tube audio applications, projects, theory, and design. Boasts a "world's largest" tube audio links section.
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