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A Video Interview with Andy Ton from Win Analog

win-analog-andy-ton-photo-teaserAfter seeing the Win Analog preamp and power amplifiers at the California Audio Show a few weeks ago, I drove to the Win Analog offices in the San Francisco East Bay and interviewed the designer, Andy Ton. These amplifiers are very unusual, especially the power amplifiers, which use a single radio transmitter triode as the output tube in single-ended configuration, with an output of 100 watts rms in Pure Class A. Click on the photo to go to the interview to see why he used such a tube rather than a more conventional audio tube.


Meet the Industry Professionals

Welcome to the Secrets page called "Meet the Industry Professionals". Here you will be able to see and hear the company executives who design and sell home theater and audio components. This will let you put a face with the companies whose products you buy. Secrets is the first A/V publication anywhere in the world to have such a page. Clicking below will take you to the companies we have interviewed at different times.


Interviews: CEDIA - 2007

For CEDIA - 2007, we recorded four different segments to try the HD format out. They are encoded as *.wmv files, so you will need the latest Microsoft Windows Media Player to view them in HD.


A Video Interview with Joseph Sahyoun of Earthquake Audio

earthquake-video-teaser.jpgI interviewed Joseph Sahyoun, President of Earthquake Audio Corporation, about several of their newest technological developments, including new voice coil cooling that will allow more power to be delivered from subwoofer drivers.


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A Video Interview with Marvell's Dr. Nikhil Balram

nikhil-balram-5-08-teaser.jpgDr. Nikhil Balram is Vice President and General Manager of the Digital Business Entertainment Unit at Marvell Corporation, which is located near San Jose, California. In this interview, I speak with him about their new Qdeo video processing chipset, what it does, and where the technology is headed.