This episode is sponsored by Set For Life Insurance – a trusted partner in the disability insurance space. This episode is sponsored by New Leaf Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - oxygen therapy that's non-invasive treatment that strengthens your body from the inside out. May and Tim delve into the topic of family planning, emphasizing that life can often take unexpected turns. They reflect on their own experiences of moving away from their families and discuss how the concept of family has evolved over generations. Tim shares a historical perspective on family migration, highlighting the differences between past and present practices. Looking for something specific? Here you go! [00:00:00] May and Tim introduce the episode and discuss the topic of family planning. [00:03:00] Tim shares the historical context of his family's migration. [00:06:00] They discuss the changing nature of family connections. [00:09:00] The conversation shifts to the importance of young adults leaving home to explore the world. [00:12:00] May and Tim reflect on their own family's future plans and the unpredictability of life. Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers. The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice. The hosts, May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here. If you have questions, reach out to us at email@example.com or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at bsfreemd.com (no www) GET SOCIAL WITH US! www.withkoji.com/@bsfreemd
Interview with Andrew Jones of MoFi Electronics (KEF/ELAC/Pioneer fame) discussing crossovers in speaker design. Andrew Jones is one of our favorite people to have on the show because he: 1. knows things 2. shares that knowledge in an articluate manner 3. has a British accent that just makes things sound cool. Crossovers can be a complicated subject when constructing (and purchasing) a loudspeaker, but in this episode, Andrew helps clear up some of the misconceptions on the somewhat cloudy subject of internal speaker hardware. Mr. Jones has two new speakers of his design out right now under the MoFi Electronics umbrella that are raising some buzz in the market - the Sourcepoint 8 & 10. Check out our amazing Bronze Record Weight merch here: PTA Store S9E10 Sponsors: WOOAUDIOdotCOM - Where Better Sound Begins ACORAACOUSTICSdotCOM - Hear The Truth SCHIITdotCOM - Audio Components Designed & Built in California & Texas, Starting At $49 ZMFHEADPHONESdotCOM - Traditional Craft, Modern Acoustics
This episode is sponsored by Set For Life Insurance – a trusted partner in the disability insurance space. This episode is sponsored by New Leaf Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - oxygen therapy that's non-invasive treatment that strengthens your body from the inside out. In this weekly Doctales with Cocktails, May and Tim discuss various topics while sharing humorous anecdotes. They mention their experience of getting kicked off YouTube due to discussing certain health-related topics. They also discuss their move to the Rumble platform. The episode covers various news topics, including a bizarre incident on a Delta flight where a passenger had explosive diarrhea, causing the plane to turn back. The hosts share personal stories, including one about a migraine episode on a plane and another about a memorable family trip to New York City in 2013. They also mention a 9/11 memorial visit on July 4th. The show is filled with humor and banter between the hosts as they entertain their audience with amusing stories and current events. Additionally, Gary Jarvis correctly guessed the year of a photo shared by the hosts and received a prize for his correct answer. Looking for something specific? Here you go! Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers. The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice. The hosts, May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here. If you have questions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at bsfreemd.com (no www) GET SOCIAL WITH US! https://www.withkoji.com/@bsfreemd
This week Tee was delighted to welcome Tom Volinchak to the podcast for a deep dive into the world of water and what you need to know about it. Tom is a globally recognized authority on the science behind water purification technology and water science. Tom's love affair with science began as a young boy going through three chemistry sets at age 10 and learning 5 different ways to blow things up by the age of 12. By the age of 15 Tom was creating homemade electronic gadgets to alter the sound of his guitar and accordion kicking off a lifelong love affair with engineering and technology. Tom received a BS in Biology focused on Microbiology and Virology, with a minor in Chemistry. In college, he took part in the study of the environmental effects of unbridled Steel Mill pollution on the now-recovering Mahoning River in Youngstown, Ohio. This turned out to be the starting point for his fascination with water. Just a few of his accomplishments included designing high-purity water technology for Aerospace, Power Generating, Automotive, Electronics, Chemical/Petrochemical, and Heavy Industry. Tom was responsible for placing water technologies and purification systems with US Steel, Union Carbide, Degussa, Ohio Edison, Penn Power, American Electric Service, and Ford Motors. Tom created his own consulting firm aimed at eliminating toxic drinking water and offering education, consulting, and problem-solving services to anyone experiencing water challenges. He continues to provide high-purity water services, water recycling, and waste minimization/green water technology to industries and institutions across the globe. His designs have found homes with entities such as Drexel Chemicals, PMC Biogenix, Georgia Pacific, Hardy Bottling, St. Jude Children's Hospital, The Cleveland Clinic, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Tennessee, and many more. Tom was Recognized for designing the first US Deionized water system for Honda Motors and also created a company around the world's first-ever, 100% green water purification media. His company manufactures a patented technology that turns previously carbon-rich rice husk (bio-waste) into an ultralow cost, carbon-reducing, pollution-reducing water purification. In addition to his technical accomplishments, Tom has also authored 2 books on the subject of water: What You Don't Know About Water, But Should, and Open Tap: Drink Poison / Let's Fix It. In this conversation, he shares his enormous knowledge of our water systems and how he believes the process of manufacturing our homes needs to change in order to protect citizens from the increasingly polluted water supply here in America. In addition, Tee and Tom address the most effective filtration systems available and the steps you can take to protect yourself and your family from dangerous drinking water. Connect with Tom: Website Book Facebook YouTube Twitter TikTok Everyone subscribing to Tom's YouTube channel or website will receive a free digital (pdf) copy of his E-book, - Water: What You Don't Know But Should. __________________________________ Follow Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes and The Green Living Gurus: Tee's Organics - Therese's Healthy Products for You and Your Home: The Green Living Gurus Website Instagram Youtube Facebook Healthy Living Group on Facebook Tip the podcaster! Support Tee and the endless information that she provides: Patreon Venmo: @Therese-Forton-Barnes last four digits of her cell are 8868 For further info contact Tee: Email: Tee@TheGreenLivingGurus.com Cell: 716-868-8868 DISCLAIMER: ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED HERE IS GENERAL GUIDANCE AND NOT MEANT TO BE USED FOR INDIVIDUAL TREATMENT. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR PROVIDER OR DOCTOR FOR MEDICAL ADVICE. Produced by Social Chameleon
This is episode 628. Read the complete transcription on the Sales Game Changers Podcast website. Purchase Fred Diamond's best-sellers Love, Hope, Lyme: What Family Members, Partners, and Friends Who Love a Chronic Lyme Survivor Need to Know and Insights for Sales Game Changers now! Today's show featured an interview with Infinite Electronics sales leaders Jason Koshy and Sara Wakefield. SARA'S ADVICE: “Know your customer, and that's really always 101 type of stuff. But at the same time, don't cast the net wide. Focus, know how you're going to measure success, and then pivot if you need to.” JASON'S ADVICE: “It's self-awareness. Figuring out where you are and what's going on around you and figuring out how to navigate it. Because there's a lot of things you can do, but we have to be much more prescriptive in what's going on in the world. That's self-awareness and understanding of where you are, where you want to go to, what you're facing, can really create a result-oriented successful result for the business and individually.”
What are in electronics that make them worse than other materials if they go to landfill? In this episode we discuss how electronics works, what you can do with your phones, laptops, appliances and more when you're done with them (it's more than just recycling), and how they are recycled. We give practical tips on what you can do to make your electronics buying and end-of-life more circular and sustainable.
This episode is sponsored by Set For Life Insurance – a trusted partner in the disability insurance space. This episode is sponsored by New Leaf Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - oxygen therapy that's non-invasive treatment that strengthens your body from the inside out. In this episode, we explored the remarkable journey of Jamie Mo Crazy, a world-class skier who faced a life-altering traumatic brain injury. Her story highlights the crucial role of family involvement and advocacy in her incredible recovery. We learned about innovative medical techniques, such as intracranial monitoring, and their impact on her rehabilitation. Jamie's inspiring journey from a coma to reclaiming her life serves as a beacon of hope for those facing similar challenges. Her story emphasizes the importance of recognizing and supporting individuals with brain injuries, whose struggles are often unseen. Jamie's message of hope and determination encourages us to find strength in the face of adversity and to support those on their path to recovery. Looking for something specific? Here you go! 00:00: Introduction to Jamie Mo Crazy's story and the challenges she faced. 10:15: The role of family involvement in Jamie's recovery journey. 22:30: Innovative medical techniques that played a crucial part in her rehabilitation. 35:45: The power of resilience and Jamie's inspiring comeback. 47:20: Jamie's message of hope and determination for others facing similar challenges. About Jamie: Jamie MoCrazy grew up on the ski slopes. By the time she was 18 years old, she had won Junior World Championships and moved to Utah to continue training as a professional slopestyle and halfpipe skier. Jamie became a world cup professional skier, competing at international events including the Dew Tour, X-Games, and AFP World Championships. However, in 2015, a Traumatic Brain Injury cartwheeled her life upside down In an instant, Jamie went from being one of the world's best slopestyle skiers to relearning basic gross motor skills like walking upstairs and riding a bike. At the time of her crash, Jamie's sister Jeanee started the hashtag #MoCrazyStrong, which connected supporters globally and developed into the creation of the nonprofit MoCrazy Strong. IG - @jamiemocrazy FB - @mocrazystrong Website: https://www.mocrazystrong.org/ Podcast: https://www.mocrazystrong.org/podcast/ Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers. The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice. The hosts, May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here. If you have questions, reach out to us at email@example.com or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at bsfreemd.com (no www) GET SOCIAL WITH US! https://www.withkoji.com/@bsfreemd
Join us for our best episode yet on auxiliary power with our incredibly knowledgeable yet highly entertaining guest from Down Under, Mark Bruce, manager of International Training and Development at REDARC Electronics.Do you have lots of questions about auxiliary power systems for your vehicle, be it an overland vehicle, hunting rig, van, or even a small R.V.? Have you wondered about the pros and cons of lithium batteries, how solar power functions, and whether a mobile or “house” auxiliary power system is right for you?To get answers to these questions and much more, we reached overseas to record this episode with Mark Bruce of REDARC Electronics in Australia. REDARC is a leading manufacturer of extremely rugged and reliable mobile power systems for everything from overland vehicles to sailboats and their equipment represents the state-of-the-art in this industry.What are “Amp-hours” (Ah), watts, volts, and charge controllers, and how do they function in an auxiliary power system? Mark defines these terms and provides us with the math we need to figure out our own unique power needs and how to effectively meet these needs in a variety of climates and conditions by optimizing our vehicle's auxiliary power system.Will solar panels work when it's cloudy? Do I need to worry about my starting battery dying if I am running a powered refrigerator? Will lithium batteries function effectively in cold climates? Can gas or diesel generators be useful? The questions just keep coming and Mark keeps up, providing us with the information and insight we need to build the most efficient auxiliary power systems for our vehicles, whether we're overlanding or weekend camping.See Full Show Notes HERE!Watch the Video Version of this Episode on the XOVERLAND Network HERE!
This episode is sponsored by Set For Life Insurance – a trusted partner in the disability insurance space. This episode is sponsored by New Leaf Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - oxygen therapy that's non-invasive treatment that strengthens your body from the inside out. In this Truth Bomb episode, May and Tim engage in a lively debate about the pros and cons of taking a technology break. May suggests that periodic disconnection from electronics can lead to a more fulfilling and creative life, while Tim argues that complete unplugging is impractical in today's world. They explore the impact of excessive screen time, offer solutions for setting boundaries, and even ponder the idea of "Jitterbug phones" as a middle ground. Looking for something specific? Here you go! [00:01:00] Reference to the old Saturday Night Live skit. [00:02:00] May's inspiration for the discussion about technology breaks. [00:03:00] Debate initiation with May proposing a technology break. [00:04:00] Playful exchange between May and Tim regarding their priorities. [00:05:00] Discussion about the amount of time spent on screens and TV. [00:06:00] Tim expresses his views on electronic fasting. [00:07:00] May emphasizes finding a balance in technology usage. [00:08:00] Tim humorously questions alternative communication methods. [00:09:00] May suggests ways to stay reachable during a technology break. [00:10:00] May shares statistics on screen time and television. [00:11:00] Tim humorously mentions a potential "Jitterbug" solution. [00:12:00] May encourages listeners to assess their tech usage. [00:13:00] Tim jokingly mentions phone notifications and news prompts. Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers. The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice. The hosts, May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here. If you have questions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at bsfreemd.com (no www) GET SOCIAL WITH US! www.withkoji.com/@bsfreemd
HAPPY MONDAY! We FINALLY have a new FCC Chairwoman, and the deadlock should finally be over! A team of researchers have found a nasty zero day exploit on the iPhone. Google is testing mini games in YouTube. Twitter sues California over moderation law. EU regulators roll out plans for reigning in Big Tech. And let’s … Continue reading "#SGGQA 315 – Pixel 8 Sneak Peek, Update Your iPhone, Will YOU Try YouTube Playables, FCC Nominee Confirmed"
Here's an interview with Jason, who runs an electronics recycling business. We met at Retro World Expo this year and I really wanted to chat with him - I was hoping to tech him about rescuing certain CRT's and he gave us a pretty cool insight into what electronic recycling is like. Jason's Business: https://recycleglastonbury.com/ eBay Store: https://www.ebay.com/usr/chrisbene_88 Facebook Store Page: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/profile/1759129011/ As always, these long-form podcasts are also available as a video, with links on retrorgb.com Please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy anyway, at no extra cost to you: https://www.retrorgb.com/support.html T-Shirts: https://retrorgb.link/tshirts --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/retrorgb/support
In this episode, Nick talks to the seller of an eCommerce, Amazon FBA, and wholesale business created in October 2020 in the electronics & equipment niches. Listen in to find out how the business makes an average of $100,697 per month in net profit, why the seller has decided to sell, the lessons learned from running the business, and much more. Visit https://app.empireflippers.com/listing/71305 to learn more about this business.
Listen to this segment of The Annie Frey Show where Annie is joined by Tyrus, the Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast and a Fox News Contributor. Tyrus discusses the importance of keeping kids off of phones and electronics in today's day and age because of how dangerous people on the internet can be. He discusses how today's society expects for things to be given to them without putting in the work to receive.
Happy Labor Day! Catching up on tech news over the last week, Lenovo is making AR glasses look cool to tech reviewers. The FCC shrugs off ISPs complaining about listing fees. Twitter is breaking a bunch of rules. YouTube is “worried” about shorts eating into long form videos. And what’s going on with Sony? Let’s … Continue reading "#SGGQA 314 – Huawei Mate 60 Pro Baffles Regulators, Lenovo Makes AR Glasses Cool, No XPERIA 5 for the USA, It’s Just Time to Shut Down Twitter"
Olivier Semenoux, responsable du marketing produit et directeur Go-To-Market chez TCL Electronics Europe, était l'invité de François Sorel, depuis l'IFA de Berlin, dans Tech & Co, la quotidienne, ce lundi 4 septembre. Il a présenté les nouvelles innovations technologiques de TCL sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Today, you'll learn about self-healing robots, Afib detection in the produce aisle, and hurricanes on worlds orbiting distant stars. Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/healing-electronics-grocery-cart-sensors-large-telescopesHealing Electronics “Shape-Shifting, Self-Healing Machines Are Among Us.” by Simon Makin. 2023.https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/shape-shifting-self-healing-machines-are-among-us/“Bizarre Material Combines the Best Traits of Gel and Metal.” by Sophie Bushwick. 2023.https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/bizarre-material-combines-the-best-traits-of-gel-and-metal1/Grocery Cart Sensors “Grocery store carts set to help diagnose common heart rhythm disorder and prevent stroke.” n.a. 2023.https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2023/06/230623105504.htm“Atrial Fibrillation (Afib).” Cleveland Clinic. 2022.https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/16765-atrial-fibrillation-afib“What is an electrocardiogram (ECG)?” NIH. 2022.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK536878/Long Telescopes “Using Cosmic Weather To Study Which Worlds Could Support Life.” by Tatyana Woodall. 2023.https://news.osu.edu/using-cosmic-weather-to-study-which-worlds-could-support-life/“Mapping the Skies of Ultracool Worlds: Detecting Storms and Spots with Extremely Large Telescopes.” by Michael K. Plummer & Ji Wang. 2023.https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/1538-4357/accd5d“Meet the Giant Magellan Telescope.” Giant Magellan Telescope. N.d.https://giantmagellan.org/Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.
This episode of the 3D InCites podcast was recorded live at SEMICON West. Françoise von Trapp speaks with Alex Wei and Omar Ma about the memory challenges facing the semiconductor industry, as AI and machine learning create a need for more advanced Flash Memory and DRAM. As memory specialists who recently joined the UCIe Consortium, Winbond is helping to address integrating memory in chiplet architectures. Listen in to learn about the difference between code storage and data storage, and why both are critical for supporting today's advanced smart device cryptography needs. You'll also learn about data labeling used in AI and machine learning applications. Lastly, you'll learn about all the different memory solutions Winbond provides for these applications. To learn more, visit www.winbond.comConnect with the Speakers on LinkedIN Alex Wei, Marketing Director, Winbond Electronics Omar Ma, DRAM Marketing Manager at Winbond ElectronicsWinbond Electronics Specialists in high-performance memory for smart industrial and consumer applications. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showBecome a sustaining member! Like what you hear? Follow us on LinkedIn and TwitterInterested in reaching a qualified audience of microelectronics industry decision-makers? Invest in host-read advertisements, and promote your company in upcoming episodes. Contact Françoise von Trapp to learn more. Interested in becoming a sponsor of the 3D InCites Podcast? Check out our 2023 Media Kit. Learn more about the 3D InCites Community and how you can become more involved.
In this episode of the Mind Innovation Leadership podcast, host Sannah Vinding interviews Dennis Reed, a senior research analyst at Edgewater Research. They discuss current trends and outlook for the electronics manufacturing industry. Dennis shares insights on how they stay on top of the complexity of data in their industry and the importance of listening to inform data analysis. He also explains their process of focusing on bottom-up analysis and leveraging their relationships across the supply chain. You can reach Dennis on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennisreed22/ For more content like this, subscribe to Mind The Innovation on Apple or Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. You can find Sannah on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sannahvinding/ or visit this Website: https://mindtheinnovation.com Stay curious and keep learning Thanks for listening! Sannah
Today we're chatting with Jeff De Serrano, President of the American Division of PCB Technologies. We had a fascinating conversation about the changing nature of the PCB Manufacturing industry, focusing on aerospace, automation, AI, education, and much more. This is a wonderful episode for anyone interested in manufacturing and where the industry might be headed. Watch this episode here. Show Highlights: Intro Intro to Jeff & PCB Technologies PCB Technology's Broad Reach in Aerospace Faster Packaging Times Packaging Advantages at PCB Technologies 2D, 2 ½D, or 3D? You Need the Know-How, Not Just People Broad Capability Won't Happen Overnight Semiconductor Companies Packaging? Workforce Challenges Automation Pipedream? Getting Students into Manufacturing Manufacturing is Totally Different Now AI Has a Long Way to Go Growth Areas in Electronics? Links and Resources: Check the recent related OnTrack Podcast episodes: PCB Manufacturing Reshoring, Automation, and Sustainability with Alun Morgan Plug and Play Industrial Automation? It's Only a Matter of Time Learn more about Altium 365®, Where the world designs electronics See how Octopart help you search for electronic parts. It is the most accurate and comprehensive electronic part data search engine right at your fingertips Connect with Jeff De Serrano on LinkedIn Visit PCB Technologies website
*** I REALLY needed a break and wanted to play some Tetris with some pals. This is probably one of the WORST audio podcasts I’ve ever produced, but it was exactly the kind of casual show I needed. The video replay will make a LOT more sense as we play a few rounds and chat … Continue reading "#SGGQA 313: Tech and Tetris – Asus Says Goodbye to ZenFone, Sony Acquires Audeze, Google’s TERRIBLE AR Plans…"
In this episode we talk with the lead automotive technician at www.upfix.com Ernest Martynyuk. We then go for a ride in the Toyota sports car the GR86 and talk a little about scan tools from Innova and Xtool
This week a listener asks if his separates from the 80s are as good as his more modern home theater equipment. We also read your emails and look at the week's news. News: YouTube TV is Reportedly The Only Live TV Provider To Add Subscribers In The 2nd Quarter of 2023 (Cable TV or Streaming) 75% of Smart TV Owners Use Non-TV Viewing Functions LG Unveils New ‘Magnit' Micro LED Screen YouTube offers new billing options for NFL package Other: Best Ever Audiophile Speakers, for REAL! Soundbar Mouts from Monoprice.com Vintage vs Modern Gear We received the following email from Chris asking us to take a look at Vintage vs Modern Gear: In your latest episode, you were discussing receivers. And I got to thinking: Are the receivers of today drastically better than the component stereo systems of the 80s? So if today, you put a component system from the 80s in the same environment as a receiver from the 2020s, could you tell the difference? We have seen the resurgence of the turntable, will we also see the resurgence of the component stereo? Separate tuner, amp, equalizer, etc. Can you explain a little in layman's terms the way the music is delivered today via compression and frequency reduction (Spotify, XM, Apple Music, etc)? Meaning does the vinyl LP for example, go from -20 kHz to +140 kHz whereas streaming compresses to -10 kHz to +80 kHz, so you could get a better audio experience with vinyl? Vintage Gear Size and Weight - Vintage amplifiers are heavy by today's standards. In their heyday, owning one that weighed fifty to one hundred pounds wasn't unheard of. A majority of that weight came from the massive transformers housed inside. Those large transformers let the amplifier drive demanding speakers with ease and let the system run at a higher current. Most vintage receivers used Class A/B amps, which were more efficient and ran cooler than their Class A counterparts. Power - During the "power wars" of the '70s and '80s, manufacturers kept increasing how much power their amps could output, really pushing the limits of the amplifier technology of the time. For example, the Pioneer SX-1980 from 1978 cranked out an astonishing 270 watts per channel. Electronics - a majority of amps were hardwired and didn't have an over-reliance on a circuit board, meaning they were more user serviceable if you knew what you were doing, and often cheaper to fix if you didn't. New Gear Performance - Class A/B amps sound better today than ever, given the significant improvements in transformer technology and component circuitry. Modern amplifiers have less distortion than older ones, and you get better performance for a lot less money. It's a digital world - With modern amplifiers and receivers, you're gaining modern connections. From HDMIs to optical and coaxial connections, having digital inputs on your amplifier means you can hook up your TV, gaming consoles, CD player, and more. The sound quality is clearer and more precise. You can also use Bluetooth or Wi-Fi and an app-based interface to stream your music for extra convenience. Which one sounds better? Ready for our non-answer? It depends. There are certainly receivers from the 70s and 80s that sound better than receivers built today. But you are talking about the high end products. For example, the classic Pioneer SX1980 is rated at 0.03% THD and back in 1980, it would cost you $1,295 to pick one up. That's about $5,450 in today's dollars. Yamaha's A-S501 is rated at 0.019% THD, and can be had for $549. Vinyl vs Digital Frequency response - Both can reproduce sound that is beyond what a human can hear. It comes down to how the digital music is sampled and in some cases compressed. Low quality mp3 and AAC files throw away much of the recording so you are not getting all of the original. Let's put that aside because none of us listen to low quality music. There is a debate, however, about high quality mp3 and AAC (anything greater than 256Kbps sampled at 44.1KHz) vs lossless. I personally can't hear the difference and have done many blind A/B tests with those who claim that they can hear the difference only to conclude that none of my self proclaimed audiophile friends can hear the difference either. I won't say that no one can hear the difference reliably, but I will say that the number of those who can is very small. When it comes to vinyl it's a preference for the sound. I prefer the clean sound of high quality digital. It's easy to take my entire library with me everywhere I go. Braden loves his vinyl. It's warmer and more nostalgic. One is not better than the other, it's a personal preference. I am happy that I can now have an audio experience that was only available to people with deep pockets back in the 80s. Today, everyone can have a system that my 20 year old self only dreamed about. And you can take it on the go!
We've made it! The Star Wars: Ahsoka show is here and episodes, or I should say parts, 1 and 2 are now available for us to watch on Disney+! It's been long awaited, but the wait was well worth it! Mike, from DetBlock, looks to focus this episode specifically on what we've seen from the show thus far, bringing you his review and initial thoughts fresh off watching both Part 1: Master and Apprentice and Part 2: Toil and Trouble. To note, there will be SPOILERS within this episode. You've been warned.The Crew will look to bring breakdowns of the episodes later; but, Mike wanted to make sure to bring his excitement and curiosity for the show as soon as he could. Where is the show elevating itself? Where is it potentially pulling back? What are some fascinating takes and/or good food for thought? What questions are we looking to answer so early on in the show? Come join Mike as he delves into all of that within today's episode. What a fun ride the Ahsoka show will be!Social Media Handles:Twitter: @DetBlockAA23PodInstagram: detention_block_aa_23FB Group: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastYouTube: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastSponsors:Under Pressure BrewingGolden Valley, MNSource: Comics & GamesRoseville, MNStar Wars ComicsStar Wars Games: X-Wing & Armada strategy games; Star Wars: Legion strategy gameTwin Cities Geek - Magazine & Online CommunityMy Star Wars Life - FB Group (Join Now!)
Dr. Inna Vishik is a professor of Physics at UC Davis, where her lab studies the spectroscopic properties of exotic condensed matter. We dig down into how she sees the atomic landscapes she studies, the significance of mathematical descriptions that show up all over the place, harmonic oscillators at the scale of an electron, and why physics is perfectly happy to deal in abstractions, even when better models might be available. (00:00:00) Go! (00:00:18) Who is Inna Vishik? (00:02:33) Condensed Matter Physics (00:10:07) Atomic shape changes in conduction (00:14:53) Wavelength & Momentum in Electronics (00:22:13) Simplifications as Good Enough (00:29:16) Material Models of the Atom (00:33:50) Atom as Harmonic Oscilator (00:43:30) A Sufficient Level of Abstraction (00:44:42) Experimental Approach (01:00:03) Fundamental Science & Applications (01:07:15) What Makes an Interesting Material? (01:13:04) Space for Play in the Lab (01:16:30) Experimental Techniques (01:23:49) Phonons & Electronics (01:34:25) Intensive v. Extensive Physical Properties (01:36:46) LK-99 (01:48:51) Electric Astronomy (01:52:06) Closing Thoughts Support the scientific revolution by joining our Patreon: https://bit.ly/3lcAasB Tell us what you think in the comments or on our Discord: https://discord.gg/MJzKT8CQub #physics #quantum #quantumphysics Check our short-films channel, @DemystifySci: https://www.youtube.com/c/DemystifyingScience AND our material science investigations of atomics, @MaterialAtomics https://www.youtube.com/@MaterialAtomics Join our mailing list https://bit.ly/3v3kz2S PODCAST INFO: Anastasia completed her PhD studying bioelectricity at Columbia University. When not talking to brilliant people or making movies, she spends her time painting, reading, and guiding backcountry excursions. Shilo also did his PhD at Columbia studying the elastic properties of molecular water. When he's not in the film studio, he's exploring sound in music. They are both freelance professors at various universities. - Blog: http://DemystifySci.com/blog - RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/2be66934/podcast/rss - Donate: https://bit.ly/3wkPqaD - Swag: https://bit.ly/2PXdC2y SOCIAL: - Discord: https://discord.gg/MJzKT8CQub - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DemystifySci - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DemystifySci/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/DemystifySci MUSIC: -Shilo Delay: https://g.co/kgs/oty671
Esther Lamm is CEO of LAMM Industries, the company her father, Vladimir Lamm, founded. Ever since he brought her to her first Consumer Electronics Show when she was 14, Vladimir instilled in his daughter an abiding interest in the audio industry and in his ongoing pursuit of the purity of sound. In everything she's done, she's been preparing herself to honor her father's legacy from all her experiences. https://www.lammindustries.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/esther-lamm-6780141/https://www.youtube.com/@estherlamm7559IG: @lamm_industriesFB: https://www.facebook.com/LammIndustriesInc/
New research shows that too much screen time can have long-term effects on children's development. Jim and Jayme discuss the pros and cons of screen time for kids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are merely hours away from Ahoska and the Ghost Crew from Star Wars Rebels returning! However, this time, in live action! Of course, we've seen Ahsoka in live action, along with some cameos of Chopper in Rogue One and Zeb in The Mandalorian. However, we're about to get a continuation of the Rebels animation show in live action and the DetBlock Crew could not be more excited! For this episode, Mike breaks down his excitement, some things to look forward to, along with a few predictions on what the show will bring us. To him, the character of Ahsoka is very important to him and he's really hoping that Dave Filoni, his team, Disney and Lucasfilm really knock this one out of the park. With the recent decline in ratings and viewership in not just Star Wars content, but Disney content in general, Mike is hoping the Ahsoka show will get Star Wars back on the map. Ahsoka, and the rest of the Rebels crew, deserve quality content. The good news is, with Dave Filoni at the helm, the Crew have faith that this show will bring that. Ahsoka... here we come!!The Crew will bring you their thoughts and opinions, along with a break down, of the first two episodes later this week. Stay tuned!Social Media Handles:Twitter: @DetBlockAA23PodInstagram: detention_block_aa_23FB Group: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastYouTube: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastSponsors:Under Pressure BrewingGolden Valley, MNSource: Comics & GamesRoseville, MNStar Wars ComicsStar Wars Games: X-Wing & Armada strategy games; Star Wars: Legion strategy gameTwin Cities Geek - Magazine & Online CommunityMy Star Wars Life - FB Group (Join Now!)
Happy Monday! What a crazy weekend. We had a tropical storm and an earthquake! Plus, Twitter continues to dumpster dive to lower and lower depths. Apple devices are easy to game with some basic Bluetooth hardware. Sandisk drives are failing. Courts rule AI art can’t be copyrighted. And we have to chat about this new … Continue reading "#SGGQA 312 – AI Art Not Copyrightable, Twitter’s Continued Meltdown, Lenovo Legion Go, Surviving the California HurriQuake"
Hear how Chinese scientists and the semiconductor industry have responded to Biden’s latest executive order, why some are calling it a “lose-lose” situation, and why China’s goal towards technological self-sufficiency has become much more difficult. Also, the Post’s Shenzhen-based tech reporter Iris Deng shares her latest visit to the world’s largest electronics market in search of chips the US has barred from export to China.
Happy Monday! Embargoes are dropping and I can finally chat about some of the tech on my desk! Like a new 3D printer from AnkerMake, and the mini-drone I’ve been flying! Also, Disney dumps the metaverse. CNET dumps thousands of old articles. Apple dumps repairability on the MacBook. Firefox dumps the INABILITY to install browser … Continue reading "#SGGQA 311 – Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 Reactions, MacBooks Aren’t Repairable, Disney Dumps Metaverse"
Come celebrate the 2nd Year Anniversary of Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars Podcast 1st episode being launched! It's hard to believe that it has been 2 years since the DetBlock Crew set off on their podcasting journey and they have enjoyed every bit of it and look forward to what is to come in the future!They follow speaking to that with talking about the upcoming Ahsoka show and what they are looking forward to the most about it. All signs, thus far, point to the show being great and they can't wait to see how the Rebels story continues through a new avenue of live action. All will start coming into fruition starting August 23rd, with the launching of the first 2 episodes of the show.Next, the Mike and Dustin discuss some news around Disney's plans to increase the subscription cost for Disney+ starting in October. They will also be adding an ad free function to the service for an additional cost. Also, not mentioned within the episode, Disney plans to cut down on household sharing of the service following the success of Netflix taking the same route and earning a great deal of additional subscribers, even though its sort of in a forceful way. Will the same happen for Disney? We'll just have to wait and see.Social Media Handles:Twitter: @DetBlockAA23PodInstagram: detention_block_aa_23FB Group: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastYouTube: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastSponsors:Under Pressure BrewingGolden Valley, MNSource: Comics & GamesRoseville, MNStar Wars ComicsStar Wars Games: X-Wing & Armada strategy games; Star Wars: Legion strategy gameTwin Cities Geek - Magazine & Online CommunityMy Star Wars Life - FB Group (Join Now!)
Mike jumps on to first talk about a few small news bits that include an announcement for Star Wars Jedi : Survivor and expanding out to more gamers, rumors about the upcoming Star Wars #films having the potential to dive into some of George Lucas' original sequel plans, and a brief mention of some allegations being made about a recent Star Wars celebrity.Beyond that, Mike discusses an idea that the Crew have been throwing around recently that could impact YOU! With how crazy, busy everything has been with the DetBlock team, they are looking to potentially opening up a 5th spot at the podcast table. Are you passionate about Star Wars? Do you enjoy talking about your ideas, opinions, theories, etc. about Star Wars with friends? Do you have the means to be a part of a #podcast [in terms of computer equipment] that would provide quality video out audio? And, most importantly, do you have the interest, want, excitement and time to be a part of a podcast? Reach out to the DetBlock's social medial handles [provided below] to express your interest, your reasoning, and a little bit about yourself! The team will gauge what comes out from it all and potentially bring one of you on! If you have any film/video/audio editing and technical skills used for production, that would definitely give you an extra edge! That would go a long way in helping Mike put everything together.From there, Mike talks a little bit about the Yellowstone series franchise and then dives into some Star Wars games and card collectibles. This includes the Star Wars Customizable Card Game, Star Wars Destiny Card game, and Star Wars Topps trading cards. He even spends a little time on Magic The Gathering. If you play any of these or collect, reach out to Mike!Social Media Handles:Twitter: @DetBlockAA23PodInstagram: detention_block_aa_23FB Group: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastYouTube: Detention Block AA-23: A Star Wars PodcastSponsors:Under Pressure BrewingGolden Valley, MNSource: Comics & GamesRoseville, MNStar Wars ComicsStar Wars Games: X-Wing & Armada strategy games; Star Wars: Legion strategy gameTwin Cities Geek - Magazine & Online CommunityMy Star Wars Life - FB Group (Join Now!)
Ambie and Crystal discuss a couple games they played recently, including Illiterati, Artisans of Splendent Vale, and Challengers!. Then, we talk about electronic components in board games and some games that use electronics in creative ways. 0:00-Intro 0:36-Announcements 1:34-Recent Games - Illiterati 7:25-Artisans of Splendent Vale 13:00-Challengers! 14:35-Electronics 26:39-Outro 27:44-Bloopers Join our discord Support us at https://ko-fi.com/boardgameblitz This episode was sponsored by Grey Fox Games. Use the code "BGBLITZ2023" to get 10% off your ENTIRE ORDER, including upgrades not available anywhere else! For the full show notes visit our site at http://www.boardgameblitz.com/posts/360
Things Your Vet Wished You Worried About More Animal Radio Veterinary Correspondent Dr. Marty Becker has a list of things he wishes his clients would pay more attention to than they do. He'll also tell you what you unnecessarily worry too much about. Listen Now Healthiest Breeds Pet Breeds compiled a list of 33 dog breeds that either have a clean health record, or are associated with only one, two or three health problems at most. And, the top seven have NO major or minor health concerns at all. They are…(drum roll please). Listen Now How To Pick A Pet Food Lucy Pet Foundation's Doc Halligan has what you need to know in order to pick the best food for your pet and your budget. Just because it's expensive doesn't mean it's good. You'll learn how to read the label. Listen Now Pets May Be Breeding Ground For MRSA Research suggests family pets might actually be reservoirs for Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. Researchers believe pets might be an important factor behind the increase of MRSA outbreaks. Listen Now Pets Destroy Eight Million Electronic Devices A study says American pets have bitten, chewed or damaged at least 8-million electronic devices! All that damage caused an estimated $3 billion in repair and replacement costs! Researchers found 1/3rd of the damaged devices were smart-phones; 2/3rds of the incidents happened when the pet was not being supervised. And interestingly, male pets are 50% more likely than female pets to damage electronic devices. Listen Now Read more about this week's show.
During this episode, Dr Scott and parenting coach Elena Zwetsloot will talk about something that is very prevalent amongst our children and teenagers: technology and devices addiction. They will discuss how to deal with this at different ages and you will learn about ideas and strategies to help parent's help their children to use devices and technology in a healthy way. These are important concepts for parents as affirmation brings hope and trust in the hearts of children - an parents! Each child is unique and requires a different approach and strategy to help them learn and develop. Using wise practices can help create a strong relationship between parents and siblings. Listen and pass it along!
Pediatrician James Treadway joins the show to help your kids with their back-to-school anxiety, which leads to a conversation about the proper age for children to have electronic devices. Also, Ian Hoch reveals which WWL host is a secret "Swiftie".
So now that you are a nomad, what do you even pack for your trip? In this episode, I am disclosing my best tips after ten years of being a digital nomad and years of living out of my backpack. We will cover:) Which is best: a suitcase or backpack?) How to pack smartly and which clothes to bring on your trip) How to maximize your wardrobe in a small space) Electronics you need to bring to be able to work while you travel) How to get wifi ANYWHERE no matter what ) Why you need to pack glitter (;Also feel free to check out below links for the items I never leave on a trip without:Ebags Packing CubesUniqlo Down JacketFREE Digital Nomad Masterclasshttps://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/masterclass Join me for a monthly live event: https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/nomadpotentialEnroll in the Digital Nomad Life Academy:https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/dnlaApply for my VIP coaching program:(5-month intensive):https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/coachingFollow me on Tiktok:https://www.tiktok.com/@christabellatravelsMessage me Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/digitalnomadlifeacademyhttps://www.instagram.com/christabellatravels/
Happy Monday! This might be the most science-y show I’ve ever tried to put together! Qualcomm is partnering with firms to develop RISC competitors to ARM. YouTube is ENHANCING 1080p playback for Premium users. ISPs are likely grifting the FCC. Amazon and WalMart are still selling expired Chromebooks. And what the heck is going on … Continue reading "#SGGQA 310 – Qualcomm Takes a RISC, Fusion Power Breakthrough, YouTube Enhanced Playback, Trying to Figure Out LK-99"
Overall, our expectations of when we want to retire aren't matching up with our savings. Many of us lament we're not really on track for retirement. Clark revisits the basics to help get you there, and has a challenge for you, regardless of your age. Also, there are great deals on certain electronics now. Clark shares key buying tips. Your Retirement Track: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Save On Electronics: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show Investing & Retirement Archives - Clark Howard High Income Households Not Worried Enough About Retirement $1.27 million is the magic number for retirement, Americans say. The average person has just 7% of that saved. Women Have Significantly Less Saved in 401(k)s Than Men — What to Do About It Barrons.com: Oregon's State-Run Retirement Plan Hits $200 Million in Savings How To Open a Roth IRA / Fidelity - Saving & investing for a child Best And Worst Homeowners Insurance Companies: July 2023 10 Ways To Save Money on Car Insurance / How to Shop for Car Insurance Clark Deals - Electronics Want to Save Money on a New TV? Consider Buying a 2022 Model 13 Secret Saving Hacks at Costco, Sam's Club and BJ's Wholesale Delta Digital ID | Delta Air Lines What Is Disability Insurance and How Does It Work? What Is a Roth 401(k) and How Does It Work? Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Community.Clark.com Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the 119th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps, the call-in show where amp tech Skip Simmons fields your questions on all things tube amp. Want to be a part of the show? Keep the amp questions for Skip coming to email@example.com! Voice memos or emails are welcome. Don't forget we now have a Patreon if you'd like to support the show featuring weekly installments of what's on Skip's bench, random eBay finds, and surprise content. Some of the topics discussed in this episode: 2:32: This week's sponsors: Emerald City Guitars, Stringjoy Strings (use the code FRETBOARD to save 10% off your first string order), Amplified Parts, and Grez Guitars. 4:27 Special call-in guest: TAVA listener Brian McAllister (vintagetubeamplifiers.com, @vintagetubeamplifiers): Finding TAVA while hospitalized; amps on Brian's bench; tips on making a pre-amp out of a Conn Strobotuner (or a Bogen PH10); Skip is building a tube pre-amp for the Chicago Fretboard Summit!; what's the most improper fuse you've seen in an amp? 29:00 Using magnifiers / magnifying glasses while working on amps 33:19 Installing a fuse in a 1973 Fender Musicmaster Bass amp; preventative maintenance on replacing electrolytic caps that work?; using an audio transformer as a phase inverter instead of a tube; Datsun pickups; what happened to the Ford Aerostar? 46:51 Are all Selenium rectifiers bad? 50:34 Hand-painting the value onto Domino Mica caps 55:43 Best way to test speakers on a Gibson GA8 and RB17T Scout 58:06 Handling unused taps on a power transformer 59:38 An all-tube tremolo circuit: the Tone God's Bullit (link); removing the skin on salmon 1:01:18 How do I reduce the B+ on my Dynaco ST-35 clone project? 1:05:27 An Amaro cocktail for the TAVA set 1:08:46 Recommended viewing: The Pharmacist, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed; Hidden; The Art of the Steal Recorded August 4, 2023. Hosted by amp tech Skip Simmons and co-hosted/produced by Jason Verlinde of the Fretboard Journal. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise and don't forget to get a subscription to the Fretboard Journal (link). Digital subscriptions start at just $30. Submit your amp questions, recipes, and life hacks to firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to share the show with friends on social media.