Audiopax Model 88 monos Review

July 29, 2015 § Leave a comment

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“That’s quite the trick. We obtain 15—almost 17 watts—from a single-ended KT88 in class A1 but with a triode transfer function due to how the series-parallel connected six amplifiers operate. The taps in our transformers are different, the way they connect to the tubes is different. There is a screen tap which used to be called ultralinear and another winding for the cathode for a type of local feedback. A Stockham paper from the 50s showed how a triode can be modeled as a pentode with feedback by removing the grids. When you take the grids out of a pentode, you get inherent feedback between plate and cathode.”

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