Quote: Originally Posted by tomb /img/forum/go_quote.gif To my knowledge, the original Millett Hybrid PCB's are no longer available. They were sold for a time at DIYCable.com, then at Euphonia Audio, I believe, but are not at either place anymore (not sure Euphonia is around anymore, period). However, Pete Millett has Gerber files, top, and bottom TIFF images of the original board here: Low-voltage Hybrid headphone amp The second version Millett Hybrid, the revMH Millett Hybrid by Drew Dunn and Nate Maher, also has Gerbers available at DIYForums.org here: http://www.diyforums.org/hybrid8a.zip. However, there are some errors on that board. You need to refer to the Forums section for details on fixing those if you have a board made. Of course, Colin Toole's version of the Millett MAX is available anytime at beezar.com welcome page with complete building details at The Millett Hybrid MAXed Pete's great work continues to multiply. Thanks for that. To make a pcb for the millet hybrid would is it possible to make two boards and glue them back to back as Ive never made a pcb before? I have tried to get to beezar.com but it times out? Are they still in business and would I be able to use my 12AE6? Thanks for your help. edit: after reading the site above about the max I see it can be used with the tubes I already bought for the hybrid. Also if I read the details correctly it has the power supply built in which makes it a lot easier than the millet hybrid. Any other way of getting a pcb as whatever I try the site is timing out.