Valve Radio and Audio Repair Handbook

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Newnes, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 270 pages
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This book is not only an essential read for every professional working with antique radio and gramophone equipment, but also dealers, collectors and valve technology enthusiasts the world over.

The emphasis is firmly on the practicalities of repairing and restoring, so technical content is kept to a minimum, and always explained in a way that can be followed by readers with no background in electronics. Those who have a good grounding in electronics, but wish to learn more about the practical aspects, will benefit from the emphasis given to hands-on repair work, covering mechanical as well as electrical aspects of servicing. Repair techniques are also illustrated throughout.

This book is an expanded and updated version of Chas Miller's classic Practical Handbook of Valve Radio Repair. Full coverage of valve amplifiers will add to its appeal to all audio enthusiasts who appreciate the sound quality of valve equipment.

A practical manual for collectors, owners, dealers and service engineers
Essential information for all radio and audio enthusiasts
Valve technology is a hot topic

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Miller is Associate Professor of Theology at Nashotah House of Episcopal Seminary in Wisconsin.

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