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Guy Landau

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About Guy Landau

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  • Birthday 07/07/1969

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  • My System
    1954 Lowther TP-1 speakers. 45/2A3 Japanese homebrew SET with Tango transformers. Fidelity Research AS-2 passive preamp. Linn Klimax DS/1 streamer, EMT 948 turntable. Burmester 948 power conditioner.

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  1. Very nice Williamson circuit (or close to one). The output tansformer seems identical to that of the Radio Craftsman C-500 amplifier. I have bought 3 pairs of these with my best friend. but never had a chance to listen to them as he had suddenly passed away. He only finished restoring one pair and claimed the they easily rival his MC-30s. I already left the US and went back to Israel due to family reasons and the amps and rest of his gear were sold by his widow 😕.. Interelectronics was a small NY based company aimed to compete with Marantz. Rumor has it that later it changed its business direction to become Intel...
  2. To my ears the Ken Rads are far too mellow. I really like the Sylvania 6SN7W or these https://www.ebay.com/itm/Tube-6N8S-6SN7-ECC32-1578-NOS-2/292914260944?hash=item44330cebd0:g:44AAAOSwmWVavyeX:rk:4:pf:0 which are the best I've heard but are quite expensive.
  3. The H90 is a great amplifier. The streaming and DAC are first rate. Just got a H190 myself. I'm a tube guy but the Hegel stuff get you very close to tubes with a very liquid sound and excellent dynamics.
  4. It looks like a Japanese tube made by Matsishita .
  5. Thanks I think that there's a single one in the Klipsch museum.
  6. Not exactly Klipschorns but close enough. From around 1954/5.
  7. Hey Deang and DoubleJ. All is well. Glad to be back!
  8. and Lowther too with the TP-1. I actually own a pair.
  9. Thanks guys :-). Missed my old buddies and back with some corner horns.
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