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Just to have something posted since 4/18

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Posted on April 29, 2021 at 04:40:37
B. Scarpia
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Tubelab Simple SE (point-to-point wired edition) gestating.






There's no virtue in being old,
it just takes a long time

 

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RE: Just to have something posted since 4/18, posted on April 29, 2021 at 20:00:52
91derlust
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Nice aesthetics. I wish that I has the skill and skill and equipment to do the woodworking part.

Curious to see how this turns out.

"Confusion of goals and perfection of means seems to characterise our age." Albert Einstein

 

Looks great! (nt), posted on May 4, 2021 at 06:04:05
SteveBrown
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nt

 

RE: Just to have something posted since 4/18, posted on May 5, 2021 at 13:18:13
Shep
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Thanks for posting this.
I've been looking for an SET amplifier to build for the Lii Audio F-15 full-range drivers I'm currently building baffles for. Just started exploring the TubeLab website and there's lots to dig into.

Haven't determined if the P2P wired versions is still available or if it's now a PCB kit but curious about which output tubes your build will use and would appreciate any additional info you might care to share re: difficulty of build and your impressions so far.

Congrats on a very sharp looking amp!

 

RE: Just to have something posted since 4/18, posted on May 5, 2021 at 15:54:04
B. Scarpia
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The Tubelab SSE Kit is strictly from a PCB. I'm doing this only as an exercise in following a schematic.

Especially if you're a first time builder, or even have some experience, the SSE with it's excellent step-by-step online manual with diagrams and photos, is hard to beat. The accompanying discussions of various tube and transformer choices are valuable. You'll wind up with a very good sounding 4 to 6 Watt amplifier.

There's no virtue in being old,
it just takes a long time

 

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