Welcome to my website! This homepage has been hosted here in various forms since 2000, and has just been facelifted with a clean and modern style which I hope you like.
I am an electronics engineer, specialising in audio, and am currently working at the BBC's training centre at Wood Norton, just outside Evesham, Worcestershire. Needless to say, all views expressed on this site are my own and nothing to do with the BBC. Please read the full disclaimer.
On this site you'll find a selection of electronics and DIY audio projects; sections devoted to Hi-Fi, including BBC, Rogers and ATC loudspeakers and old Musical Fidelity amplifiers; plus a guide to PIC programming; and a selection of DIY projects.
Recent updates appear here. Admitedly there isn't as much as I'd like - it's been a massive effort to facelift the website, but now it's easier to add new material and there is a lot planned for the future.
This page has had a lot of updates in light of research and submissions from visitors over the years. The complicated story behind the LS3/6, Spendor BC1 and the Rogers Export Monitor is clarified, and details of the Rogers Studio 2 and Compact Monitor have been added.
This section has been subject to several minor updates and corrections, and there are finally some details of the B1 on the "Other Models" page. I'm also hoping to expand the information about the B200 in the very near future.