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Mullard 3-3 Amplifier project (part 2)

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

Dilshan Jayakody writes: This is a second article related to Mullard 3-3 Amplifier Project and in this article we introduce HT transformer and HT power supply related to this amplifier. As mentioned in previous post, power supply unit of this tube amplifier is constructed using 400V 5A bridge rectifier, 220µF...

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Mullard 3-3 amplifier project (part 1)

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016

Dilshan Jayakody has published a new build, a Mullard 3-3 amplifier project: Mullard 3-3 is quiet popular 3W tube amplifier introduced by Mullard Ltd in 1956. A schematic and design detail of this amplifier is available in "Mullard Circuits for Audio Amplifiers" book and in National Valve Museum article. This amplifier is...

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