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Saturday, April 26, 2014

801A Drives 801A, Part 3 : The Sound

Hi!

I often get complaints that I do not write enough about the sound of my amps. That is because I rather let them speak for themselves, so here you go:








Best regards

Thomas

9 comments:

  1. Really nice Thomas!

    Would you please reveal the band and title of this music?

    BR!
    Bernd

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    1. Hi Bernd,

      The Jimmy Giuffre 3, Hollywood Live Sessions 1957-58

      Thomas

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  2. hi thomas
    probably the best-looking amps ever seen this side of the 21st century...
    along with your other creations

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    1. Wow... thanks for the compliment :-)

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  3. nice design. what source and speakers do you use?

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    1. Hi!
      In this set up the speakers are Haigner Rho. The source is a Scheu turntable with Lyra Skala cartridge mounted on an SME arm

      Thomas

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  4. Superb! Have a great show in Munich and a lot of success!

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  5. Hi!
    Strangely this set-up sounds exactly like my computer ;)

    Best regards,
    Daniel

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    1. The 801a must not be compatible with your soundcard then ... :(

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