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  • Hey Bill!

    Can you build me a pair of these?

    http://www.chambonino.com/construct/const9.html

  • #2
    Thats insane!:jiggy:
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    • #3
      A 1,000 watt tube amplifier must be designed poorly IMO. With enough capacitance, a tube amplifier should not need that much wattage..as they are voltage amplifiers and not current amplifiers. With solid state, the extra wattage is needed to deal with the impedence variations.

      This is my understanding, at least.

      The only reason I can see for 1,000 tube watts is if you wanted to run EXTREMELY tough speakers in a huge room...still, it would probably make more sense to make smaller amps and just bi or tri-amplifiy the speakers.
      "Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us."

      -Bill Watterson

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      • #4
        2500v plate? I don't think my wife would let me! :raspberry:
        Regular guy.
        Tubey or not tubey, that is the question :smoke1:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by billnchristy
          2500v plate? I don't think my wife would let me! :raspberry:
          It only stings for an instant! :dizzy:

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