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Old 22nd October 2005, 08:01 AM   #11
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take a look at the autocostruire new kit !
Thanks Daniel. I didn't realise that they already had the valve pre-amp for sale. I hope to be reviewing one sometime!
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Thanks Daniel. I didn't realise that they already had the valve pre-amp for sale. I hope to be reviewing one sometime!

If they send me one for free, I'll make the review.....for free
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Old 23rd October 2005, 12:15 PM   #13
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which valve is best for the new autocotriure pre? what about cases for valve amps? Are there any prefabs? Would the world audio design pre be any good for t amps?

http://www.worldaudiodesign.com/wadp.../series11.html

they look good qual and i'm hankerin after the phono stage too.
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Old 23rd October 2005, 02:43 PM   #14
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Another affordable valve preamp kit is the Electronic Tonalities Foreplay preamp.

http://www.bottlehead.com/et/et.html

Alas, I read a few posts on the forum suggesting the Foreplay (version I, II, or III? I don't recall seeing which one) did not mate well with the Sonic Impact T-amp. I wonder, though, if it works better with the Charlize, Autoconstruire, or 41Hz TA2020 amps?

If it does, this may also be a good choice.

My Foreplay v.II sounded very, very good but was plagued with that dreaded hum. I understand the current Foreplay III has done away with the problem. If so, it's a very good sounding preamp, especially considering the price.

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