The enclosure of this amplifier was made from solid walnut and baltic birch ply. A vintage new old stock Simpson DC panel meter indicates the direct current to the amplifier. An Alps blue velvet volume pot is combined with a vintage faux bakelite knob. This amplifier is rated at 10 watts per channel when using a 12 volt power supply. Nichicon fine gold output filter capacitors and Bourn's low loss toroidal 220mh output filter chokes due the output filtration. Panasonic FC are used for the power filter capacitors. High quality Dale resistors are used throughout the circuit.
These open backed speaker cabinets are mated with Telefunken branded Isophon 6"x 9"
full range drivers and Foster horn loaded tweeters. A 2 ohm Mills resistor and .22uf paper in oil Russian capacitor does the crossover duties. The cabinets are 1/2" Baltic Birch coated with General Finishes Brand gloss water based polyurethane. Stands are 24".
This amplifier uses a Texas Instruments TPA3122 IC mounted on a Jerry Electronics printed circuit board. The power supply capacitors are Nichicon Muse 1000uf. The output filter capacitors are Panasonic FC 470uf. Speaker connections and RCA inputs are mounted on the circuit board. A 10K volume pot is also board mounted for the ultimate in signal purity.