The picture is the unfinished back to the crucifix. The finish looks to be a high gloss clear. I like the grain pattern that runs through some of the wood.
The wood is very stable and tough. They machine 10 mmm round beads and somehow orient to center bore with the the grain. All the holes are centered. Never had one crack.
I am worse off than the worry about naming. The looks of the horn is important to me. Never see it again after installation.
Well I missed last week's Bach prelude & fugue fix, so this week, we'll see two to make up for last week:
Prelude & Fugue in E Minor, BWV 533 ("Cathedral")
Prelude & Fugue in C, BWV 531 ("Luneburg")
My apologies @John Warren . I've never used LTspice, and didn't understand the schematic.
I've been using iCircuit and XSim, but can't simulate transformers/autotransformers.
This link is interesting. Inductors are used along the a K-statement to mutually couple the inductors. Both transformers and auto transformers are discussed.
I'm playing with LTspice now. Slow learner.
More examples of what the microprocessor has done for performance engines. DI, precision control of the combustion process and timing, parts machining, engineering and modeling software, real time sampling, advanced materials, ect.
Its a magnificent time for 4 stroke performance engines, and transmissions too. Not bad in TF either.....11,000 HP from a 500 ci nasty engine. 20+ HP per cubic inch of displacement.
Or F1 engines spinning 14k rpm, making power.
Me too... My 10 year old daughter just walked in.... "Billie Eilish! She freaking good! She's huge among the young people!" Glad the young generation is starting to appreciate Klipsch, finally... My kids usually give me the 'evil eye' when I play my 'old' music loud...