|[AMRadio] $80,000 stereo amplifiers|
barrie at centric.net
Thu Apr 12 15:54:19 EDT 2007
I've had a desire to build an audio amp using an old Eimac tube, the 100TL,
behind a window, would be the best looking.
I'm an audio nut, so I've mentioned this idea on a couple of audio forums,
but the hand-wound transformers, using pure silver wire, wound at midnight,
while facing exactly north, in the Bavarian forest, kind of scared me away.
I know there would be problems using a high-voltage, low-current tube such
as the 100TL, but I'd like to try it anyway.
Any suggestions from the group?
73, Barrie, W7ALW
> All Crazy prices aside - you must admit these amps are sure wonderful on
> the eyes ;)
> I still plan on building my own stereo amp with a couple of Sventlana
> 811-10 tubes. It will cost me 1/1000th the cost of that 304TL unit, but
> hopefully provide as nice a visual show. Heck that's why we like the
> big BC transmitters with the windows. It's just so pretty, hi.
> Don N9OO
> Peter Markavage wrote:
> > Here ya go; 6SN7 driving a 304TL amplifier; only $85K.
> > http://www.alumrocktech.com/amplifier.shtml
> > Pee, wa2cwa
> > On Thu, 12 Apr 2007 09:20:40 -0400 "Bry Carling" <bcarling at cfl.rr.com>
> > writes:
> >>> There was one, that used a single 833, that was selling for
> >> somewhere in
> >>> the $triple-digit,000.oo range.
> >> Yeah, there may be a 304TL amp out there somewhere too.
> >> Probably running 5 watts in class-A, LOL!
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