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Tubelab SPP with Paralleled 6HB6

Tubelab SPP with Parallel 6HB6 I used a SPP board from Tubelab and modified it for 6HB6’s. I added another board so I could parallel the 6HB6’s but then it sat on my bench for nearly a year. I took … Continue reading

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The Tall Blondes w/ Bella Voce

I built a prototype/test cabinet for the Accuton speaker. I like the look of stacked plywood construction.  I have seen it called paralamb or translamb construction. I cut templates, then cut pieces close to size and fastened the template to … Continue reading

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Tubelab SE

This amp was built using Tubelab.com circuit board.  This version uses type 45 triodes as outputs and mosfets for driver support.   Read more Please follow and like us:

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Sound Absorber/Diffuser

I had been using a warehouse/studio space with an artist and the acoustics were very bad.  It was even hard to carry on a conversation across the room. The room was large,  25′ x 55′ x 13′.  There were concrete … Continue reading

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Blackbird 3-way speaker

The Blackbird speaker build, based on Tony Gee’s “Mezzo Galactica”. read more…. Please follow and like us:

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Rebuilding Can Type Electrolytic Capacitors

I had restored my AU-11000 and the only thing remaining was the power supply filter caps.  There are 4 10000uf, 63v screw terminal capacitors.  I could find a few on manufacturers sites but no venders selling them.  The ones I … Continue reading

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Speakers: Soup Sandwich featuring Accuton/Eaton drivers

The Soup Sandwich designed by Tony Gee. This is version 1, built by Everett Stenhjem in 2005. Continue reading

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