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 Post subject: Pete Millett PCB's
PostPosted: 11 Sep 2009, 11:34 
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While I am not a fan of the "evilbay", I am a big fan of Pete Millet :mrgreen: and as such I thought I would post this. Pete has his latest P-P Amp PCB there for sale, plus a couple of headphone amp Boards. Check it out!

pmillett's Items for Sale on eBay

Pete's details of the P-P Amp are found here:

Engineer's Amplifier

Discussions are here:

DCPP Discussion on diyAudio.com

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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Hello,

As of yesterday the Push Pull PCB has sold out. According to a post I read from Pete there are more boards on the way. One of the neat parts of this design is the use of "... cheap TV tubes (!)".

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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The 6JN6 or 6JM6 can be found at http://www.radiodaze.com/. Five dolares each.

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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Soundbrigade wrote:
The 6JN6 or 6JM6 can be found at http://www.radiodaze.com/. Five dolares each.

Radio Daze is so close to me I could walk there.

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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Wow, that was quick!

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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Gio wrote:
Wow, that was quick!

Yeah, I was going to wait but I had a feeling so I ordered one on Friday Night. :thumbsup: I'm glad I did. Working on finding some tubes right now.

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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:mrgreen: As soon as I saw the Engineers Amp I knew I wanted to build it. Ordered the board on Friday and it came today. I finally found the E-bay store Pacific TV and ordered 4 of the Compactron sockets. The ad said they had 7 left after my order. The tubes came from AES in only three days. Fastest ever on that. I just finished ordering all the passive parts from Mouser since Pete Millett listed all the part numbers from them. That was a huge help on his part. Entering all those numbers gave me carpal tunnel though! Next for the Edcor order. Is anyone working on building an amp with those Russian radar tubes? 6C33C tubes I think. That sounds interesting. Thanks, Robert P


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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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Great stuff guys. I'm looking forward to your builds and impressions of the amp.
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Is anyone working on building an amp with those Russian radar tubes? 6C33C tubes I think.
Check out this 6C33C tube amp thread for some schematics and there is one completed SE 6C33C.
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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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Gio wrote:
Great stuff guys. I'm looking forward to your builds and impressions of the amp.

Gio,

My build is going to be a slow one. I am going to get the 6T9 Amp working, finish my Phono Section and my Quickie. Then, and only then, will I begin the Millet amp.

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 Post subject: Re: Pete Millett PCB's
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booangler wrote:
As of yesterday the Push Pull PCB has sold out. According to a post I read from Pete there are more boards on the way. One of the neat parts of this design is the use of "... cheap TV tubes (!)".

The boards are available again.

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