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6922 Tube Buffer Amp
11/17/17 at 02:36:53
 
No doubt, buffer amps can be a good choice for certain applications. I made this one just to sell. I enjoy the building of these projects. This unit uses two 6922 tubes, and sports a really heavy duty power supply. One transformer for the heaters, and one transformer for the audio circuit. I even added a two position switch so that you can turn on the heaters first and then the audio circuit second. The input is a 1/8" stereo jack, and the outputs jacks are RCA. Silver signal wiring, and attention to detail make this an easy choice for enhancing a device that uses an 1/8" output. Of course, I will include an adapter for the use of an RCA input if needed.
 $225 is more than fair for this unit, and the buyer will be very satisfied with the performance.
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Re: 6922 Tube Buffer Amp
Reply #1 - 11/17/17 at 03:52:12
 
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