“Amp Camp Amp Wonderland: Amp Camp Amps with a bunch of loudspeakers that you can makes which work well with them”
“Lx521 Loudspeaker With a New, Mini DSP Digital Crossover Developed by Dave Reite to Replicate Siegfried Linkwitz Analog Crossover”
The Big Room:
Presentations: See “Presentations” Below
Audition the Smyth Realizer: With Jan Didden
Swap Meet: Really Great Stuff For Sale
Give-Away Raffle: Win Some Great Stuff!
Linear Systems Table: Devices and T-shirts
Sunday, October 6th, 2013 will be the day, and the site will be the same as last year:
Fort Mason San Francisco, Building “C”, Second Floor.
We’ll have great presentations in the Big Room, as well as the famed raffle, a swap meet,
manufacturer’s and demonstration tables, lunch and refreshments. Also five listening rooms, packed with DIY systems and components on display. Bring the amp or speakers or whatever else you made and we’ll swap it in to be heard. If your component doesn’t quite work, bring it to display, you’ll get plenty of advice to get it working.
Yup, We’ve got videos of presentations from past years by Nelson Pass, Siegfried Linkwitz, Douglas Self, and Kirkwood Rough thanks to our friends at Linear Systems! Check ‘em out, they really are full of good insider information.
Shots from the first Amp Camp 2012, sponsored by Burning Amp. Everyone had lots of fun. Sign up on the mailing list to find out when the next camp will be and any last minute news about Burning Amp October … Continue reading →
A couple of weeks ago, MAKE photographer Gregory Hayes, designer Michael Silva, O’Reilly Web Producer Tony Quartarolo, and Jake Spurlock attended Amp Camp, just up the road from the O’Reilly offices in Sebastopol California. What’s Amp Camp? Glad you asked. A few years ago, Dana Brock held Speaker Camp, where 20 or so friends hung out in his workshop for a day and built speaker enclosures. Building on the success of that, he and Nelson Pass decided to do it again and have a day, in the middle of the wine country, to build amplifiers.