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savakovacevic 14th January 2006 04:12 PM

PCL82 SE Tube Amplifier Kit
 
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Is anyone familiar with this kit?

http://audio.engineeringvista.com/index.htm

I would like to purchase one and I am looking for recommendations.

Thanks in advance

Fuling 14th January 2006 08:44 PM

Im not familiar with that particular kit, but Ive built a few SE amps with PCL/ECL82 and that little tube continues to impress me.
Sounds way better than it deserves!

refference 28th January 2006 02:54 AM

I built last year a stereo power using ECL82 ( similar to PCL82 -
with different heater voltage ) ultra-linear / push-pull configuration
7 Watts / channel ( based on Mullard 407 project from 50's ).

It sounds great , amazing sound quality and tonal richness, and
very , very smooth sound

These little tubes are amazing , and more they are cheap

I recommend them !!!

Carlos

Shoog 28th January 2006 08:51 AM

I built a very inefficient parafeed headphone amp using 2 ECL82's. It sound very good sweet and smooth. Better than I expected because most of the advise was to use ECL86's which are supposedly better valves. The triode section benefits from been run hotter than suggested on the datasheets. I run mine at double the current by halving the load and cathode resistor values. This allowed me to use more plate to plate feedback.

Shoog

Giaime 28th January 2006 09:41 AM

Take a look here

www.elettronicanovarria.it

Go under "Prodotti" and then "Kits"... :D


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