Author: Ralph Glasgal

Alternatives to 5.1 Surround Sound for High-Fidelity Music Reproduction

March 23, 2001

Alternatives to 5.1 Surround Sound for High-Fidelity Music Reproduction Commentary Ralph Glasgal – Ambiophonics Institute 23 March 2001 The 5.1 speaker arrangement specified for home theater viewing of movies can never be the successor to [Read More]

Ambiophonics, 2nd Edition Chapter 8

February 24, 2001

Ambiophonics, 2nd Edition: Replacing Stereophonics to Achieve Concert-Hall Realism Chapter 8 Ralph Glasgal February 2001 www.ambiophonics.org Ambiopoles and Ambiophones Ambiophonics combines four technologies to produce realistic sound fields and actually does it optimally via two-channel [Read More]

mbl 101D Radialstrahler

April 14, 2000

mbl 101D Radialstrahler Sound In The Round Ralph Glasgalwww.ambiophonics.org 14 April 2000 Specifications mbl of AmericaPeter Alexander8730 E. Via de la Luna #13Scottsdale, Arizona 45258480-991-8001Web: www.mbl-hifi.comEmail: mbl_hifi@csi.comPrice: $35,700 per pair If there were such a thing as [Read More]

The ELP Laser Turntable

March 3, 2000

The ELP Laser Turntable Perfect Analog Sound Forever At a Price Ralph Glasgalwww.ambiophonics.org 3 March 2000 Specifications ELP LT-1XA Laser Turntable, $20,500.00, 30-50 rpm and 60-90 rpm, inc. switched equalizer, line-level output, air shipment, and [Read More]

Tact RCS 2.0 AA Room Correction System

November 3, 1999

Tact RCS 2.0 AA Room Correction System   Ralph Glasgal 3 November 1999 Specifications Tact RCS 2.0 DD Room Correction System, $2950.Analog to Digital Converter Card $690,Digital to Analog Converter Card $590.Tact Audio, 201 Gates [Read More]

Realism in Music Reproduction

June 1, 1999

Realism in Music Reproduction Commentary Ralph Glasgalwww.ambiophonics.net June 1999 Ever since 1881 when Clément Ader ran signals from ten (likely randomly) spaced pairs of telephone carbon microphones clustered on the stage of the Paris Opera [Read More]

The Ear Pinna and Realism in Music Reproduction

April 1, 1999

The Ear Pinna and Realism in Music Reproduction Commentary Ralph Glasgal April 1999 Those fluted, rather grotesque, protuberances that extend out from each ear canal are called pinnae. The importance of satisfying one’s pinnae by [Read More]

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