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Old 21st Mar 2019, 8:33 am   #21
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Default Re: Pre-amp for Linsley-Hood?

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Iím building a 1969 Linsley-Hood power amplifier and wondered what pre-amp would suit it? I need inputs for my Shure V15, tuner, tape and CD.

The Mullard book springs to mind, but there must have been other equally contemporary circuits.
I've built a few JLH amps of his 1969 design. I'd be very interested to look at your construction when you've finished. There can't be many projects that give so much 'bang for your buck' as this.
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Old 21st Mar 2019, 10:57 am   #22
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I've built a few JLH amps of his 1969 design. I'd be very interested to look at your construction when you've finished. There can't be many projects that give so much 'bang for your buck' as this.
After much discussion in this thread, I'm inclined to look at the low-noise designs from Mr. Walker for the RIAA pre-amp but there is much to recommend the Linsley-Hood designs as well. So much choice, so little time!
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