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This simple single-ended amp project by Pete Millett is a great performer and a very well documented project that was immediately adopted by many DIY’er’s.
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Follow the links below for detailed info The “Glowing Hybrid” amp. This article was originally published in audioXpress, October The NuHybrid headphone amp, a hybrid headphone amp using the Korg Nutube. High-Frequency filament converter for DHT’s. The audiooxpress describes a microphone amplifier designed to interface a standard dynamic microphone to a soundcard or other computer microphone input with a 5V through 2. An isolated current sensor board to audioxprrss plate current using a PanelPilot meter.
A compactron triple-triode driver for push-pull amps. April 28, by Ari Polisois. This article was originally published in audioXpress, February For technical books, tube data, vintage data, transformer data, and McIntosh data, go to: I try and help, but it sometimes takes me days – even weeks if I’m traveling for work – to respond.
Tube-regulated high-voltage bench power audioxpresss. March 27, by Joel Hatch.
Pete Millett’s DIY Audio pages
Sadly, the audioXpress community lost one of its most esteemed and prolific writers. A PL single-ended amplifier. Low-voltage Hybrid amplifier with adjustable damping.
This is a depository for various audio designs and projects – mostly tube – that I’ve put in the public domain, as well as additional info to support magazine articles that I’ve written, and an ever-growing amount of technical data archives relating to vintage and tube audio. ResCalca cool utility program you can download that calculates combinations of standard resistors to get a particular value.
Where to get akdioxpress – an aurioxpress list of some of my suppliers. I’m just old enough that I actually build and used tube some stuff when it was still in production. Software for the HP audio analyzer – Make professional plots from this affordable audio test system! This article was published in audioXpress, April I do this through eBay – I maintain an eBay store “pmillett”. There’s no better way to pay tribute to Ron than revisit some of these projects.
When it came to selecting topologies for the balanced inputs and outputs, I ruled out transformers due to high cost, physical bulk, and weight.
Apart from looking at some commercially available stroboscope discs, Ron Tipton explains how to print one from files that are freely available on the Internet, and explains how to build your own multiple-LED lamp to check the rotations. A picture collection of interesting old QSL cards that I received in 2009 early ‘s. The Audio Voice Newsletter.
A two-channel shunt-regulated adjustable bias supply. EL push-pull single-stage “spud” amp experiment. Push-pull driver PCBa nearly universal driver for push-pull amps.
Muting relay PCB to eliminate the “thumps”. The auioxpress Push-Pull amp using driver boards below. Ixys current regulator as a CCS plate load. Potatohead” amp – 50W from 2 tubes in class AB2. July 25, by Pete Millett. Tektronix power transformer information – Info I’ve collected on classic tube-type Tektronix power transformers.
If I don’t respond within a audioxpfess days, try again, just in case I missed your message.
In this article, Joel Hatch explains how to build a variable frequency audioxprezs motor controller to control turntable speed. May 8, by Ari Polisois.
Getting the Most from THAT’s Balanced Line Drivers and Receivers
So please do not expect me to provide the level of technical support that you might expect when buying a product. That said, I would appreciate it if you at least let me know if you are going to use any of the circuits or especially PCB Gerber files to make commercial products, or to sell bare PCB’s.
I’m constantly adding and updating things, so come back every once in a while and see what’s new. This article was originally published in audioXpress, June