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Old 3rd October 2011, 08:29 AM   #1
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Default Beautiful 6E2 cateye signal level indicator

Many good stuffs out there to be listed...This cateye audio signal level indicator is one of the most interesting among them. It looks extremely beautiful at night. The board is powered by only a 9V AC or 12V DC. A on board boost DC/DC convertor generator 250V high voltage for the 6E2 tube, no external high DC power needed. Sensitivity and brightness are both adjustable to meet various applications. Board size is only 79x48mm, can be fitted into most audio amplifier chassis easily.

Product page including a demo video is here:
6E2 cateye audio signal level indicator

Thanks diyroger for asking me to list this gadget and being the first buyer.
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