Juicy 77 represents the outcome of a research project which is meant to investigate state of the art methodologies for mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of analog signal processing equipment. Its preamplifier section is inspired from an early 90’s rack mount preamplifier manufactured by a legendary amplifier manufacturer located in the northwestern USA. The power amplifier section simulates standard pentode powered push-pull output stages. The loudspeaker cabinet simulator section includes seven classical cabinet types.
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Preamplifier Section: Juicy 77 is designed with a clean and clear single channel paradigm. It features a very intuitive and easy to use GUI. The GUI consists of two panes. The left pane acts as a signal source which can be set to be a sine wave or a clean square wave. The right pane is responsible for the interpretation of the signal, where the user can either choose a threshold level for the signal or manually set the sample rate through a variable, which is rounded down to the nearest sample rate for ease of use. Power Amplifier Section: The power amplifier section features the classic topology of push-pull. The unit itself is placed on top of a gain block and a low frequency cutoff filter block. The low frequency cutoff block is responsible for setting the low frequency cutoff, which can be from 0 Hz up to 3000 Hz. The gain block is where the actual power gain is put into the signal. This gain can be set from 0 dB up to +20 dB. Speaker Cabinet Simulator Section: The speaker cabinet simulator section is where the actual control over the amplitude response of the loudspeaker cabinet in question is. The control parameters of the loudspeaker cabinet simulator are listed as follows: ۱٫ Damping factor: The damping factor controls the amount of energy lost within the cabinet. It is placed in octaves from 0.01 to 10, which is equivalent to a Q factor of 100.0. An octave is equal to one tenth of the range of the 0–۱۰ decibel scale. ۲٫ Frequency: The frequency set controls the frequency response of the loudspeaker cabinet, by shifting the response left or right on the 0–۱۰ decibel scale. The frequency is given in hertz, and since its octave equivalent is 1/10 of a decade, its equivalent would be 10^(frequency in hertz). The most extreme value of the frequency would be 10^(frequeny in hertz), or 10^(10^(frequency in hertz)). ۳٫ Volume: The volume set controls the volume of the loudspeaker cabinet. This is applied by a dB range from -10 dB to +10 dB. The most extreme value of the volume would be -10 dB, or -10^(decibel range). Speaker Simulator Configurations: Since a
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Important Juicy 77 features: References External links Juicy 77 introduction and specifications Amazing 50Hz-6kHz Pure Audio Tone with Juicy 77 – An excerpt of one of the first reviews of the Juicy 77 on the store where it was released. Category:Amplifier manufacturers ۳۶۶ F.Supp.2d 1361 (2005) The BOLD GROUP, INC., Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Defendant. SLIP OP. 05-82, Court No. 05-00407. United States Court of International Trade. April 14, 2005. *۱۳۶۲ Serafin, Lowe & Howarth (Christopher A. Conley), Washington, DC, for Plaintiff. Peter D. Keisler, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division, United States Department of Justice, Washington, DC, for Defendant. Before: NEWMAN, Judge. OPINION NEWMAN, Judge. This case, brought pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § ۱۵۸۱(a), is before the court on Defendant’s motion to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. On May 5, 2003, Bold Group, Inc. (“Plaintiff) entered into a Service Contract, Contract No. DA0-46-C-0037, with the General Services Administration (“GSA”) for the operation of a Federal Supply Service Center in Jacksonville, Florida. On May 5, 2003, Plaintiff submitted an “Agreement for Government Furnished Property” (“GFP”), No. DA0-46-C-0241, *1363 to GSA in Jacksonville, Florida, in order to obtain a federal building. Included in this GFP was a “Building Access Agreement” that GSA eventually signed with Plaintiff. Pursuant to this GFP agreement, Plaintiff agreed to “[s]ubmit to [GSA] any notice, complaint, claim or appeal under the Contract or under any regulation of the [General Services Administration] which are [sic] related to the operations of the site.” In re Bold Group, Inc., No. 05-00407, 2005 WL 1641770 (Oct. 5, 2005), Memorandum Opinion and Order at 10. On March 7, 2005, the GSA sent Plaintiff a notice of violation and a final contracting officer’s decision, asserting that the Building Access Agreement signed by Plaintiff was materially defective because it failed to satisfy the requirements set forth at b7e8fdf5c8
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* ۷۴ dBV input and output impedance * ۲ dB of back coupling without direct feedback * Full-range impedances between 40k and 20 M (musical 440 Hz) * ۵۰ MHz to 5 GHz transversion for normal signal processing * Hum impedance of below 6 kHz, peak at 1 kHz * Input sensitivity above and below ground = -۸۲dB * Hum impedance above 30 dB above ground = ۳ dB * Input sensitivity bellow ground = -۸۰ dB * Impedance of 20 M to 40 M works between 10 and 400 Hz, 300 Hz on the lower, and 200 Hz on the upper side * ۰٫۰۰۵ dB/V at 100 k, 10 k and 500 k gain in the negative range * Typical signal/noise ratio of a PGA at 1 mV input of around 60 dB * Min/max gain from +40dB to -65dB * Typical linearity of 1 dB from below ground to above ground at 100 k gain (0.1 % for 4 dB) * Typical intermodulation of below 0.2 % * Typical output level from below ground of 50 mV at 100k to 10 k of 300 mV peak * Typical output level from above ground of 1 V at 100 k to 10 k of 15 V peak * Typical frequency range for normal signal processing: 50 Hz to 20 MHz * Typical operational range for normal signal processing: 30 Hz to 20 MHz * Working temperature range of -10C to +85C * Typical noise input:1 dB below ground * Typical working voltage: 4.5 V Notebook Variants: * Classic macbook air (13″) * Classic november 2 (15″) * Professional november 2 (16″) * Professional november 3 (17″) * Professional november 4 (18″) Power Requirements: * ۲٫۳ V to 5.5 V * ۵ mA to 20 mA * Average current consumption of the amplifier: 0.3 W to 2.8 W * USB port for USB power supply without current consumption * USB port for standard wall power supply without current consumption Mounting Options: * Desktop mount
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The research project is focused on the development of a complete simulation and analysis system for analog signal processing electronic equipment. The preamplifier section of the system can be used as a stand-alone signal processing tool and the use of this system is exemplarily demonstrated by mathematical and numerical simulation and visualization of a circuit analyzer (ACPA, Analog Circuit Phasors Analyser) based on a compact 12-bit microcontroller. An innovative feature of the research project is the three-dimensional loudspeaker cabinet simulator section that allows for a wide variety of loudspeaker cabinet shapes and acoustics. In the following sections, the research project is presented from the perspective of science, mathematics and electronics. More scientific and mathematical aspects of the research are presented in the relevant section of the technical report. Furthermore, a description of the architecture of the research system is provided and a high level view of the software application framework of the ACPA simulation system. A technical overview of the preamplifier sub-system is provided in more detail in the chapter devoted to the ACPA simulator. ۶th International Conference on Unconventional Sources 2015 Juicy 77 ۲۰۱۵ ۱۵ Lyngby, Denmark Denmark The 7th International Conference on Unconventional Sources 2015 is scheduled for June 3rd – 5th 2015 in Lyngby Denmark, and Juicy 77 was invited by the conference organizers to be the sixth of its conference series. Juicy 77 will be the main topic of the seminar on June 4th 2015 at 12:30-14:30. The speakers will be:
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