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April 5th, 2020 22:00
Well, this was an easy one. So already a story about these. You can read it in addendum 3 on the AD1 preamp article or as a separate impression (both identical).  Read more...
April 4th, 2020 16:33
Just installed the crazy resistors.. Let the listening begin. Soon a write-up about these: Sonically worth both the investment and the extra space?
Crazy cathode resistors - Intact audio
The installed black shrink-wrapped barrel-ish resistors r  Read more...
April 2nd, 2020 16:50
A few weeks ago I contacted Dave as I wanted to try some wire-resistors in my AD1 preamplifier. Wire resistors? Yes, not a resistor but a looooong thin copper wire that resembles the needed resistance.  Read more...
March 14th, 2020 22:18
Addendum 2: Replacing the resistors in the power supply for nanocrystalline chokes..&nb  Read more...
March 8th, 2020 16:04
Fridaynight, Psvane-night. Three sisters from the Psvane-845-family were put in the seat delivering power to the speakers and pleasure to the listeners.. 
Soon a write-up about it..
Psvane 845 family   Read more...
February 27th, 2020 16:59
Addendum 1: Tuning the Alexander Naydenov line-out transformers with wood chips between the bobbins. Amazing!&nb  Read more...
February 12th, 2020 22:06
Just posted the article about these awesome transformers.. You can find it here or using the menu under Projects and preamplifie
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January 26th, 2020 15:57
Playing now for almost two weeks: The AD1 line-amplifier. Built with custom made line-out transformers by Alexander Naydenov. Chassis is made from Danish oil treated American walnut with thick copper faceplate.
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