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Electronic issue

Well, that's all well and good, glad the print issue is out, but once again, I am sitting here waiting for my electronic issue to arrive via Zinio. angry

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Re: Electronic Issue

Stephen Scharf wrote:
once again, I am sitting here waiting for my electronic issue to arrive via Zinio.

Me too. And I don't even have my paper issue yet.

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So, John, is there a way we

So, John, is there a way we can obtain both issues on the same release date?

 

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Stephen Scharf wrote:

Well, that's all well and good, glad the print issue is out, but once again, I am sitting here waiting for my electronic issue to arrive via Zinio. angry

The October issue's on-sale date is tomorrow, October 13th, and that's when digital editions are scheduled to post.  

The November issue's official on-sale date is 10/18; December is 11/15; January 2012 is 12/20; February 2012 is 1/17.  Digital subscribers can expect their Zinio editions on those dates.  The arrival of the print issue is far less predictable.  We can't guarantee that both print and digital versions will arrive on the same day.  We can't arrange it so that the digital edition arrives before the print edition, however illogical that may seem.  The Zinio team arranges their schedule, which includes creating iPad and iPhone compatible editions, as well as working on other titles, so that they can release our issues on their official on-sale dates.

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John Atkinson wrote:

And I don't even have my paper issue yet.

John Atkinson

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No paper issue yet as well.

Jeff

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Did get mine...

And strangely, October will is my 2nd free issue!  Thank you and I will be re-upping in a few weeks. 

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wavelength proton

one brief question:

       In your measurements of the Wavelength Proton DAC, you found that the output could clip when it was run at 90% volume.  If you use it with a pre-amp, couldn't you just set the volume lower, say 80%, and prevent clipping?  It would just require turning up the volume on the pre-amp.  Would you lose anything by doing that?

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       I got my question in

 

     I got my question in the wrong thread.  My first post.  Sorry.

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richard wrote:
In your measurements of the Wavelength Proton DAC, you found that the output could clip when it was run at 90% volume.  If you use it with a pre-amp, couldn't you just set the volume lower, say 80%, and prevent clipping?  It would just require turning up the volume on the pre-amp.  Would you lose anything by doing that?

 

With the Proton's volume control at 90%, you get full resolution without clipping. With it set to 80%, you'd lose almost 2 bits of resolution and/or raise the noisefloor by the same 10dB.

John Atkinson

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