Amplifier Class – Build Your Own EL84 Amp
January 19 @ 12:00 am - March 16 @ 12:00 am
The October Muse Tech Talk is about a great DIY opportunity. David Hicks writes: “I was fortunate enough to take one of Ed’s phono stage building classes at the Randall, and I can say, I learned a lot, met some great people who became friends, and had a ton of fun and ended up with a terrific piece of audio equipment.”
Edwin is announcing a new amplifier class:
I am pleased to announce a new tube audio DIY class at San Francisco’s Randall Museum. It’s been a few years since I taught one of these DIY classes, but I’ve just created a new project that I want to share. For this class, I designed a push-pull EL84 stereo amp “The Randall IV”. Beware that this is not your run of the mill EL84 job. The goals of the amp are; sound as close to a live performance as possible, keep the cost down, minimize the component count so that it will be easier to build, must look pleasing both inside and out.
Details for those interested in taking the class and building the Randall IV:
Randall Museum 199 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 94114.
10 two-and-a-half-hour Saturday sessions from 1/12/19 to 3/16/19.
Parts cost (less tube set) is $375.00.
Registration opens on 12/15/18 https://apm.activecommunities.com/sfrecpark/Activity_Search
Register early. The size of this class will be limited.
Class Title: Tube Audio DIY
Class Number: 18573
Class Fee: $310 for Randall Friends members and $315 for the general public (does not include materials)
Email me (Ed Yang firstname.lastname@example.org) If you have a question about the class or Randall IV amp.
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