I think the added transformers are a pretty simple thing to do.
eric, you now have to buy the burson, the various audio-gd discrete opamps, and a few of the others
and start opamp rolling with your tube rolling.
you could keep this thread going on forever.
An amplifier like this designed for speakers would have absolutely no trouble driving 2 x k1000 @ 120 ohms each, and 1 x he6 @ 50 ohms all at thesame time. In fact the combined impedance of about 27 ohms is still high compared to the 8 or 4 ohm load a speaker would have.
I am absolutely convinced that I can build a KGST and a SSDynalo balanced
into one box, not much bigger than a luminare.
No compromise. Best of both. At the same time.
For about $1500 including chassis.
Could do the same thing for a T2 and a SSdynahi, but the box is going
to be a whole lot bigger.
Find a singlepower concerto. Does electrostatic and dynamic.
The Germans ARE known for producing cars that once the warranty has expired are brutally expensive to maintain
especially the high end Porsche and Mercedes. I have owned 2 Mercedes, 2 BMW and 2 VW. Never again on
any of them.
My car gets about 23mpg during the summer, and 21mpg during the winter both in daily driving, and about
33mpg on the highway. For efficiency "There is no replacement for displacement". It was about $76k. The CTS-V is going to
be about $105K...
And I like my chevy
the one on the right will be replaced with a CTS-V when it
shows up, its already been ordered.
How much money the amplifier costs is silly.
I have at least one of every stax headphone since 1970 with the exception
of the 4070 (and I'm still kicking myself over this)
I have just about every grado made
and a bunch more I forgot
At least $20k in...