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The comeback of the tube amplifier as told by Rick Rosen of Stereophile is not a matter of nostalgia; it is a matter of excellent sound reproduction. Even the average ear can recognize the holographic soundstage, smoothness, and the crystal clear resolution that a tube amplifier can deliver. At low volume levels, the sound is clear and linear; at moderate volume levels, the sound is full and satisfying; and at loud volume levels, the sound will not punish your ears.
No. Many people believe tube technology is obsolete since they think solid state has replaced it. One example used to exemplify obsolescence is the comparison of the small size and high computing speed of the personal computer (solid state) that has replaced the 1950’s Enac computer which used 18,000 vacuum tubes, had the power of a modern calculator and fit in a room the size of 3 double garages. No doubt integrated circuits are a significant technical advancement that has made many of the communication and computing devices of modern times a reality. However, tubes were never designed to be utilized as integrated circuits (on/off switching), tubes were designed to amplify. A good example of how tubes create power is your microwave oven (happens to be powered by a vacuum tube). Press the start button and your microwave oven will develop 900 to 1400 watts of power on demand. If that moderate sized oven used integrated circuits for power, it would be the size of a refrigerator. Tubes are still a $2.4 billion industry in the U.S. and is utilized in high power applications such as transmitting equipment, radar, RF equipment, x-ray machines, medical equipment to name a few. In relation to audio equipment, vacuum tubes perform superbly as an amplification source. From a technical viewpoint in terms of cost, size, power, reliability and performance, the vacuum tube amplifier is as viable as the solid state amplifier.
Contact information for Petery-Hedden Co.
Bob Anderson 812-557-2497 bob.and212@gmail,com
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International Jolida Dealer
Petery-Hedden Co. DBA Audio Gallery 216 Pearl St. New Albany, Indiana 47150