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Instructions to build an LCR phono stage using 2 UTS modules.
The Ergo chassis is new; the Ella has been around for a while and is a classic -- now enhanced.
Can you build it?
Will it do what you want?
Take a look through some copyrighted instructions to see.
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Instructions and application notes for the Ultimate Volume Control, linestage and
This is an EZ kit, suitable for a DIY beginner who has basic soldering skills. But the performance is big league -- you will be surprised, ie "I did that?"
Check the picture based instruction manual to see if it suits you.
we will continue to develop this application manual as we go along -- the subject is quite broad and applications are only limited by our imagination.
for now the instruction manual has prepared will give you an idea of how to implement the Universal film capacitor power supply on its own, and in concert with the other modules that we sell. Of particular note is the ABS module which works hand in glove with the FCUPS (Film Capacitor Universal Power Supply).
as promised. It never ceases to amaze how adding a little bit of vacuum and glass brings forth the power and the glory of music. But that is the case here with the universal tube stage is used to replace op amps.
Here is the manual in all of its glorious 39 pages! It gives detailed instructions for using the UTS as a voltage or current output DAC, single ended or balanced line stage with 6 or 12 DB gain, and instructions to implement as a moving magnet single ended stereo RIAA EQ preamplifier. In addition to the instructions provided it is also possible to use the UTS as a single or balanced tape head stage, classic high gain two channel transformer coupled microphone preamplifier, and input and summing amplifier such as a classic tube mixer.