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Old 7th May 2012, 02:04 AM   #1
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Default PP KT-88 w/866A MV HT Supply

This is my amp which started life as a Bob Latino ST-120. I took the power supply components from a '50's era Motorola Transmitter and built the HT supply using the original 866A MV valves. The amp is dead quiet and performs very nicely. I'm new to the valve audio world but have some high powered RF background. It has regulated filament supplies for the KT-88's and the three driver tubes. I'm driving the amp with my Salas designed 6V6 pre-amp to whom I'm grateful. I've got 100+ hours on this system and it just keeps sounding better.
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