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Old 11th February 2007, 08:24 AM   #1
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Question How about a round-up of Class A kit power amps, or collectable vintage class A?

I'm giving some thought to building a solid state class A power amp kit.
I know of a 15W(pc) model sold by Altronics in Australia.

What other class A kits are available that you can suggest? & who sells them?

Alternatively ...
What good vintage class A big iron is worth watching out for on eBay?

Suggestions please.

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Old 12th February 2007, 01:02 AM   #2
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A good place to start is the JLH class A thread on this forum. Geoff Moss has a site dedicated to this amp. (Put "Class A amp" in Google) Then locally (Sydney) Rod Elliot (At Elliot Sound Products) has some good material. Possibly an appropriate kit too. I think much of of the PASS ZEN amps are class A. They have their own sub set on the DIY Forum. That should "keep you of the Brissie streets" for a while.....cheers. Jonathan (Camp Hill)
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diyzone.net of Taiwan R.O.C does sell a Class A kitset known as Passion A15.
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That should "keep you of the Brissie streets" for a while.....cheers. Jonathan (Camp Hill) [/B]
Hi Jonathan. Would you mind e-mailing me off-forum?
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No can do. I tried and it appears that you've blocked email contact through the forum. Can you open your email up or go to my biog' and contact me. Jonathan
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