Well, ultimately that's up to him. Right now Ampzilla has to be beaten, which it could be. He's moving to higher-efficiency / lower drivers-crossover-complexity speakers. This opens up viability for lower-power, more reliable tube amplifiers. So much remains to be settled in the reset. Keith is inclined to SS for good practical reaons, but I'll be bringing around some custom tube amps -- single-ended-pentode, push-pull triode and pentode/UL to gauge interest and satisfaction with against mainstream options. Greater speaker efficiency / reduced xover-drivers complexity yields more practical, musically-attantable options.May be keith is also going retro / vintage .
I get it. PL 519. TV sweep tubes unchallenged by hifi. Julius Futterman thought the same way for his OTLs.Still waiting for a tube failure in my amps (salvaged tubes from old TV sets 30 years ago).
PL519 tubes, naturally ;-)
I would agree, but you are likely not disabled and require help to get things fixed such as myself. The LTA is only 15lbs so its possible I could do it.I think the LTA amp could be a nice addition, at least try it once.
Failure of equipment is no fun but the pleasure it can give if all works at its peak is rewarding.
Nobody complains about replacing tires on a car, or even if it breaks down.
If you love your car you repair it , over and over again.
Funny that this is not the case with audio stuff.
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