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Build an Ultra-Linear Triode Amplifier - Part 3

Build an Ultra-Linear Triode Amplifier - Part 3

By Dick Whipple    View In Digital Edition  

For a full analog listening experience with tubes, I needed one more high-fidelity component: a RIAA preamplifier. With that, I could use my SET or UL power amplifier (covered in Part 1 and Part 2) with a record turntable and speakers to complete my tube-based, high-fidelity component system. This time, I’ll provide basic RIAA preamplifier (preamp) design theory and describe construction of a triode-based RIAA preamplifier.


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