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NOSValves

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NOSValves last won the day on November 20 2013

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About NOSValves

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  • Birthday 05/07/1960

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    Male
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    Hale, Michigan
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    Grand Kids, My Jack Russell Max, Fishing, Boating, Camping, Hunting, Drag racing, Baseball, Audio, Music and enjoying life.
  • My System
    NOS Valves NBS preamplifier, NOS Valves VRD amplifiers, Sony 333-ES SACD player, PC computer music server, Schiit Bifrost DAC with the full schiit, Sota Jewel Turntable w/ Rega RB-300 arm and Denon DL-103R, JVC QL-Y5F Turntable w/ Denon DL-160, Klipsch Modified Lascala's known world wide as Frankenscala's

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  1. Not sure why one would own Bells if my room and placement is best served "in the corner toed 45 degrees" might just as well have Khorns. The main reason to own Bells or Lascalas is to get away from that limited placement at the price of lower frequency response. In the corners yes if possible.... 45 degrees not so much. I'd suggest toeing them so they merge anywhere from just in front to just behind your head.
  2. cordless drill and about 2 seconds....
  3. My gosh old buddy where you been? I thought you fell off the face of the earth! Good to see you posting.
  4. Man my job just got easier... rather then try to get all the amps I work on and build as quiet as possible I'm going to start making them hum....it makes them sound better. Gosh I wish I had thought of that a long time ago....
  5. My system can no longer handle hot sources....😉
  6. whatever wild scheme you guys come up with as long as a 1 year or more delivery with a crazy high price is included I'm in!
  7. why cause I'm making your gear worth more
  8. Total of 21 built counting 2 prototypes. 19 of the final production version were built of those 2 were line stage only. Not sure how many of the phono stage versions had LOMC maybe 6 or so. Gary Powers has Prototype #2 and I have Prototype #1. I have one unbuilt chassis still on hand and that baby is mine! No one has made a high enough offer to pry that one away from me yet LOL!!! I seriously doubt I'll ever order another batch of Preamp or amplifier chassis...... I just don't want to work as hard is it takes to keep up with both the vintage and new production side of this business anymore. I have enough metal to build a couple pairs of VRD monoblocks and maybe 5 stereo versions when those are gone I'm done with that too!
  9. Grab them you won't regret it! Dave is a top notch stand up person to deal with.
  10. too much pay for about $300 in raw materials.
  11. sometimes the best reply is no reply at all...
  12. I'd forget all the switching complications, buy a quality 50 to 75 WPC tube amp and forget about it... but that's just my 2 cents
  13. I think the guy is hilarious... he obvious does not have any love for Single ended amps.....
  14. Yea well I wonder what real tube lurks under the dark glass.. My bet is pretty darn similar to above.
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