gsp audio Blog

News and views from Graham Slee about electronic audio design, the audio industry, gsp audio products and more.

gsp audio Roadshow Report – Rotherham

The first 2015 gsp audio Roadshow, at Hellaby Hall on April 19th was another music filled event with visitors keeping myself and fellow gsp director, John, busy talking about our products, music and more.

A mix […]

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gsp audio Roadshow – Rotherham 19th April 2015

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New RF Analyser for enhanced QC

20 February 2015 – Posted by Graham Slee
Reproduced from the forum News section:Primarily for more stringent EMC pre-compliance testing (the reason why our products carry the CE mark), our latest acquisition will also help us […]

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How to Sabotage the Opposing Team

04 November 2014 – Posted by Graham Slee
The internet is a great place for sharing information – it is also a place to commit acts of sabotage.

Some use it to rubbish anybody they take a […]

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Claiming to be asynchronous when they aren’t?

20 October 2014 – Posted by Graham Slee
Threads about adaptive (isochronous) products claiming to be asynchronous when they aren’t.The tendency is to suggest Tenor use asynchronous communication only to set-up the drivers, which on older […]

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EE/Huawei Kestrel Plays to Bitzie!

10 September 2014 – Posted by Graham Slee

The Bitzie USB DAC’s Driverless USB Integration lets you Plug’n’Play music from your on the go (OTG) android device.

When we launched the Bitzie USB DAC at the start […]

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Dealers Who Consistently Fail To Spot A Winner?

27 July 2014 – Posted by Graham Slee
We’re a growing business, consistently on the up since 2008 – right in the middle of the global recession, yet some dealers don’t seem to recognise it, and […]

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Discrete Versus Opamps: Should We Reinvent The Wheel?

12 July 2014 – Posted by Graham Slee
I’ll not go into the pros and cons of wheels – many have tried to reinvent them over the last 5,000 years or so – but we still […]

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