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Audio design competition for students

Rich Pell
6/26/2012 08:28 PM EDT

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Guru of Grounding   6/29/2012 6:11:07 AM
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Will you be attending Rich? It would be good to see you again! I've volunteered to be a judge for this competition, and I'll be presenting my Design Pitfalls to Avoid tutorial for equipment designers as well as my Overview of System Grounding and Interfacing tutorial. - Bill Whitlock, president & chief engineer, Jensen Transformers - AES Life Fellow and IEEE Life Senior

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rpell2   7/2/2012 1:19:34 PM
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Hi Bill, not sure of my plans yet. But I would not miss your presentations if I'm there!

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