Tech & Materials

  The amplifiers are hand-made with the best components from around the world, my products are made after my vision on audio quality without compromise on the materials and looks! The transformers that I use are from Japan (Tamura, Tango, Hashimoto), Sweden (Lundahl) and from local craftsman (E. Antoniades). Tube sockets by Yamamoto or MIL grade, capacitors by Panasonic, BC Components, Sprague atom and Jensens. The resistors are Kiwame, Ohmite, Audio Note tantalum and NOS Allen Bradley. The chassis are laser cut, metal-plated and electrostatic painted using steel, stainless steel or brass. Last but not least, the valves are hand-picked prime quality NOS or of modern production.

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Feel free to contact me at the address below, for any information regarding my prototypes. Any feedback would be also appreciated.

Links for the adventurous

Actives and Passives Source : Mouser

Cables, Tools, Testers etc : Conrad

Emission Labs Tubes : Ask Jac

Vacuum tubes, Electron Valves, from Canada : dbtubes

Bits and Pieces : Tubes And More

Tubes, DIY Supplies and kits : Tubedepot

NOS Tubes. End Of An Era ? : Halfin

Yamamoto Audio Excellence : Yamamoto

Good Stuff, Components, Kits etc : Hi-Fi Collective

High SPL / Value For Money Loudspeakers : FOSTEX

Hand made Excellent Horns : AzuraHorn

For All Your Loudspeaker Needs : TLHP

From a Pin to a Radar : Surplus Sales

Technical Books Online : Tube Books

Tube Data Sheets : Frank’s Page

Nuts, Bolts - Metric and UNC (Imperial) : ACCU

ISO Transformers : ISO

Hashimoto / Sunsui Transformers : Hashimoto

Not just Tamura Transformers : Sun Audio

Swedish Transformers : Lundahl

American Transformers : Electra Print

British Transformers For the Hobbyist or the Pro : Sowter

Custom, Made to Measure Flight Cases : Power Case

Everything You Might Need : EIFL

Viscous Damped Tonearms : Karmadon

• GARRARD 301 • and Spare Parts : Classic HiFi

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