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New York Audio Design Exhibition

2001

  Second group is Steve Berger, Bob Danielak, Nori Komuro and John Devore.

 


Steve Berger of April Sound Amplifier.

For the Record, Steve's amplifier is a "two stage, PP, Ultra linear, class A, direct coupled 7591" unit. It uses a very small amount of negative feedback, though not to linearize it but to get the output impedance down enough to make some bass. Steve claims it achieves a frequency response flat from 10 Hz to a 3db down point of 146 kHz! Steve has his cool side of the internet you can see by clicking here.

 

Bob Danielak
Bob Danielak

 

Bob Danielak's Amp
Bob Danielak's Amp

Above is none other than cool dude, and guy who "won" a $55 packing ticket at nyNOISE, Bob Danielak whose contribution to nyNOISE 2001 was a "Class A2" stereo single-ended 833A amplifier seen above using ElectraPrint MT5KB (5k 30W) output transformers. The 833A's are run at 650V with zero bias for a plate current of about 100mA. The input/driver tubes are 6BM8 triode/power-pentode tubes. The triode section is direct coupled to the pentode section (triode-wired) which drives a 10:1 step-down transformer. This arrangement provides almost 80Vpp drive to the 833A grid with <20 ohm output impedance (quite important for a Class A2 amplifier). The amplifier puts out about 15-20W per channel (which is laughable considering that each 833A filament consumes 100W -10V @ 10A!!!). I was pleasantly surprised that this amp actually sounded pretty nice
at home and even at the show.

Spotted in the street was a true home brew tube-head's car audio tube amplifier!

Bob dude's way cool car audio tube amplifier as seen above can be built buy DIY guys worldwide! Please click here to see the main schematics of his 833 amplifier. Please see all the groovy information on the tube car audio amplifier on this web page.

 

John Devore
John Devore

 

 

Nori Komuro
Nori Komuro

 

Nori Komuro's Amplifier
Nori Komuro's Amplifier

 

Click here to see the third group of presenters PLUS auction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
 

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