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This class A/B amplifier was built using a Philips TDA2616 integrated circuit. The AC power is transformed and rectified to 18 volts DC. The chassis is made from solid Canary wood and the top and bottom plate are steel plate enameled with a hammered copper finish. Custom machined, solid aluminum spikes are affixed to the bottom plate for vibration isolation.
I built these ported cabinets for a Tang Band 1808 full range driver. They are crafted of Baltic Birch and Walnut. The Tang Band 1808 is an incredible sounding driver and worthy of a high ranking among the best full range speakers available. The downside is that it is relatively expensive. These speakers now live in the home of a professional recording engineer and are his leisure listening reference speaker.
This amplifier was built for my long time audiophile friend, Rob. The chassis is made from a board of solid cedar that I hand selected at a lumber mill in Portage, Ohio. The top and bottom plate are solid steel plating that is enameled with a textured copper finish. The panel meter is 1950's vintage.
I built this amplifier in September of 2012. The panel meter is a WWII vintage military surplus meter. It indicates the DC voltage going to the amplifier IC. The chassis is made from one inch thick, solid walnut. All audiophile, gold plated hardware was used. This amplifier was purchased by Dan P.