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gchrist 12th January 2004 07:37 AM

I wish to build a preamplifier and have chosen the Bosoz or the AKSA GK1M projects. Can anyone help me on this choice? The GK1M uses a valve at the output stage and some say it is more sweet and melodic. Has anyone built the GK1M?

Thank you

gchrist 19th January 2004 09:31 AM

Just to let you all know I am going the AKSA way.

Hugh many thanks and greetings for showing me the 'light' !!!


joensd 19th January 2004 04:58 PM

Hi George,
can you give us a link to the schematics or is it a kit or something?


gchrist 19th February 2004 05:21 AM

This is a kit. You can find it at

AKSA 19th February 2004 09:45 AM


Thank you for your post; don't know about the 'light', but I appreciate your comment!


Nelson Pass 19th February 2004 04:24 PM

Hugh, I know you may have had difficulties with your
intellectual property in the past, but I also know that the
people on the forum would be very interested in the

hifimaker 19th February 2004 05:16 PM

I have not heard the tube Pre-amp mentioned above, but the BOSOZ is warm and romantic. To many folks the BOSOZ pre-amp and Aleph Amps have that tube warmth, without the finickiness and maintenance of tubes.

In my opinion, the BOSOZ sounds like "solid state" tubes. All the benefits of solid state and sonic merits of tubes, without the downside of tubes.


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