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Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 05 Aug 2008, 20:08 ]
Post subject:  DIY Hybrid Projects

We have added a new DIY Audio Project to the site. Rogers (roggom) has put together a very simple hybrid headphone amplifier. The head amp uses a 12AU7/ECC82 vacuum tube for voltage gain stage and a IRF612 MOSFET follower biased in Class A with a passive CCS. What is nice about the project is that both the tube and MOSFET operate off of a 12-13V external switch mode power supply (SMPS). See the project page: 12AU7 Tube / IRF612 MOSFET Hybrid Headphone Amplifier for full details.

The update and support thread for this project is located here: 12AU7 / IRF612 Headphone Amp - Update

Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 24 Aug 2009, 13:00 ]
Post subject:  6418 Tube Preamplifier / Headphone Amplifier Kit

The latest DIY project added to the site is an inexpensive and low voltage JAN6418 Tube Preamplifier / Headphone Amplifier Kit. The kit can be powered from a single 9V battery which makes it ideal for those to vacuum tubes which are typically high voltage circuits.

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See the project page: DIY 6418 Tube Preamplifier / Headphone Amplifier Kit for full details.

Please note that you may have to "refresh" or "reload" the website in your browser order to see the update on the main site pages.

Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 12 Apr 2010, 18:00 ]
Post subject:  Re: 12AU7 Tube / IRF612 MOSFET Hybrid Headphone Amplifier

See NP-100v12: DIY 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Headphone Amplifier for the latest update to this project.

Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 12 Apr 2010, 18:33 ]
Post subject:  NP-100v12: 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Head Amp

New on the site is Rogers' low voltage 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Head Amplifier project. This is an updated version of his 12AU7 / IRF612 headamp from Aug 2008. The main difference is that the load resistor has been replaced with a LM317 regulator chip.

A simple and low voltage headphone amplifier that uses a 12AU7 (ECC82) tube voltage gain stage, followed by a IRF510 MOSFET follower stage. A 12V SLA battery is used for the power supply and a LM317 regulator is used as a CCS to bias the MOSFET into class-A operation.

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Project Link - NP-100v12: DIY 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Headphone Amplifier

Support / Discussion Thread - NP-100v12 - 12AU7 / IRF510 HeadAmp Support Thread

Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 02 May 2010, 22:42 ]
Post subject:  DIY Tube RIAA Phono Preamplifier Kit (Oatley K282)

Mark has put together another of the Oatley Electronics kits, the Oatley Electronics K282 RIAA Phono Preamplifier Kit for moving magnet cartridges. Included in the kit is a "universal" power supply that should work just about everywhere.

See Mark's builds of the 6418 Tube (Valve) RIAA Phono Preamplifier Kit.

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Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 12 Nov 2010, 15:43 ]
Post subject:  Oatley Electronics K272A Headphone Amp - audioXpress Review

The Oatley Electronics K272A tube based headphone amplifier kit has been reviewed in the December 2010 issue of audioXpress.

Link - audioXpress Reliable Review: Oatley Electronics K272A Headphone Amplifier Kit

Author:  diyAudioProjects.com [ 29 Dec 2010, 18:40 ]
Post subject:  Re: NP-100v12: 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Head Amp

The NP-100v12: 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Headphone Amplifier project page has been updated to reflect that some brands of 12AU7 / ECC82 vacuum tubes would not allow proper bias settings with a 10k potentiometer. With a 47k or 50k trimming potentiometer the bias can be set across a wide range of tubes types and brands. The schematic and BOM have been revised to reflect a 50k pot.

Project Page - NP-100v12: DIY 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Headphone Amplifier

Support / Discussion Thread - NP-100v12 - 12AU7 / IRF510 HeadAmp Support Thread

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