Steve Graham digs deeper into LP grooves with a Canadian phono board.
Richard Murdey is a Canadian originally from Newfoundland and Labrador. The audiophile bug bit him early on courtesy of his Dad, but Richard discovered DIY while doing his PhD at the university of British Columbia. He lives in Japan with his family and does post-doctoral work at Kyoto University, exploring solid state physics and physical chemistry. Specifically, he studies the conductivity and photoconductivity of molecular semiconductors. (WOW!) Through his Phonoclone website, Richard promotes some of his DIY ideas on topics ranging from phono amps, line and headphone amp design, D to A converters, and interconnect cables. … Read the full article