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For Sale: SOLD Millett Hybrid MiniMAX

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For Sale:
SOLD Millett Hybrid MiniMAX

Will Ship To: North America

I am selling a Millet Hybrid MiniMAX. The kit was purchased from Beezar.

 

It is in perfect working condition, sounds excellent, has no dings or blemishes, and comes with three pairs of tubes: 12FM6 Tube, 12AE6 Tube, and 12FK6 Tube. 12AE6 and 12FK6 were purchased separately from Beezar.

 

I have listened to the Sennheiser HD 650, Grado SR80, ATH-M50, and Sony MDR-V6 with the MiniMAX. All sound great with this amp. Given that it comes with 3 pairs of tubes, you can switch them out to best match any impedance headphone.

 

It comes with a Triad 24VAC, 750ma wallwart power supply (110/120V input).

 

Approximate dimensions: 5.5" wide x 7.25" deep x 2.75" high (including tubes).

 

Please see the overview page for more detailed information.

Purchase will include everything that came with the kit, including extra LEDs, output resistors, DMM, and trimmer tool.

* Beezar-Lansing custom MiniMAX case - Black
* 12FM6 tubes, tested and matched
* Genuine, high-gain (Y-version) Toshiba 2SC3422/2SA1359 output transistors
* Muse ES boutique electrolytic capacitors in the signal path
* Wima MKP10 polypropylene film bypass capacitors
* Sprague Vitamin Q (96-series), PIO output bypass film capacitors
* Panasonic FM electrolytic capacitors at all power and decoupling positions
* Genuine Alps RK27 stereo audio volume pot - 50K impedance
* Vishay-Dale precision resistors throughout, Kiwame output resistors (10 ohms)
* Highest-quality 2-oz copper PCB, complete with heat sink cooling holes
* Teflon-filled, gold RCA jacks
* Gold-plated ceramic tube sockets
* Solid-aluminum silver volume knob
* Super-Brite 3mm color-change center LED, with two blue 3mm tube light LEDs.
* Beezar/Toole Audio-refined headphone relay circuit with custom-selected parts and delay
* Beezar/Toole Audio-designed power supply with 0.040mVAC noise output
* Triad 24VAC, 750ma walwart
* Digital Multimeter for adjusting bias, with a Bourns trimmer adjustment tool

 

$12 shipping via USPS Priority Mail.

I will accept a paypal payment or money order.

Item will ship once payment clears.

Please see ebay feedback: eBay My World - blingblingdr

PM me for high resolution pics of the complete build process.


Edited by BlingBlingDr - 9/4/12 at 9:34am

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post #2 of 10
Just chiming in here to say this amp is pretty good considering the price. It would be a fantastic first amp for someone.
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UPDATE: Added two more recent pictures. The volume pot knob has been modified slightly. It now sits closer to the case, making it more aesthetically pleasing.


Edited by BlingBlingDr - 8/11/12 at 9:03am
post #4 of 10

hi

could you tell me the power plug is't 110v or 220v

what headphone did you use with it and how long did you use it for?

thanks

thomas

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Hello Thomas,

 

I have listened to the Sennheiser HD 650, Grado SR80 (the originals, not the SR80i. sold them 2 years ago and regret it to this day), ATH-M50, and Sony MDR-V6 with the MiniMAX. All sound great with this amp. Given that it comes with 3 pairs of tubes, you can switch them out to best match any impedance headphone. It comes with a Triad 24VAC, 750ma walwart power supply (110/120V input). Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

 

Best,

 

BlingBlingDr


Edited by BlingBlingDr - 8/21/12 at 11:36am
post #6 of 10

thinks for your infos blingblingdr

but i need 220v

good luck for your sale

 

best regard

thomas

post #7 of 10

You have a PM  :-)

post #8 of 10

I have this amp. Bought parts from beezar and built it myself.

 

Awesome tube amp. I think it is a very good deal. Comes with more tubes, and already built :)

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Message sent :)
 

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