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I think Allen also hand selected the JFETs for. (But I'm a tube guy in every other. Read Allen Wright's 'The Preamp Cookbook' - Lew 08:37:31 02/18/14. Building the Vacuum State Electronics Realtime Preamplifier. Which was included with the Tube Preamp Cookbook in. I am very grateful to Allen Wright for.
Their website is. It is a preamp designed by the late Allen Wright. I heard it many years ago at a small hifi show with some high efficiency speakers. The sound in that room was extremely good. The micro-dynamics and low level resolution in particular was exceptional.
The person running the room switched it out for some other preamp and things degraded quite a bit. I can't remember what the other pre was, besides being silver. It uses a solid state device for the MC 'headamp'/first gain stage in the phono section, and was very quiet with a low output cartridge. It's one of those hifi moments I still think about, but sadly I rarely see the pre brought up on hifi forums. Though I'm guilty of not bringing it up since it seems difficult to audition. I corresponded with Allen and his wife through email, and they were both very nice people.
I'm sure the questions I was asking Allen were mind numbingly trivial to someone of his knowledge, but he always answered them politely and in great detail. Allen wrote a book called 'The Preamp Cookbook' which went into the history of his preamp adventures, circuit choices, etc, well worth reading if you're interesting circuit design.
I am sorry to hear that Allen Wright passed away last year, did not pick up on that for some reason even though it was a year and a half ago, belated regards. He was a regular contributor on the Apogee speakers web site, and worked with members on tube amps that would drive Apogee Scintilla ribbons. Tia Portal V13 Sp1 Update 4. I think Vince (murlaman, also passed away) knew him pretty well. Amazing how many deaths you pick up on when perusing the boards, really makes you realize what a short ride it is. Hospital Management System Mini Project Free Download In Vb. The pre used to have a pretty resolute fan club, but the shake up with Allen's death could have caused things to taper off.
I am sorry to hear that Allen Wright passed away last year, did not hear that. He was a regular contributor on the Apogee speakers web site, and worked with members on tube amps that would drive Apogee Scintilla ribbons. I think Vince (murlaman, also passed away) knew him pretty well. Amazing how many deaths you pick up on when perusing the boards, really makes you realize what a short ride it is. The pre used to have a pretty resolute fan club, but the shake up with Allen's death could have caused things to taper off.Allen was also a WBF member.