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Old 24th October 2006, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default Tubes in the Intermediate Stage

Hello,

I'm in the process to design an audio amp with MOSFETs in the final stage and tubes in the intermediate stage (differential amp). I will publish all details on the internet.

I just started to create my own website, which can be found here:
http://musicology777.com/

I need Your ideas, maybe even critic and support. I will probably need a lot of time to complete my website, and I will try to include Your ideas as best as possible. Usually all infos can be found on the internet, but I have the intention to summarize everything, so my website will become a little treasure for everybody who is interested in audio design (hopefully).

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Ralf
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