|Manufacturer scans - All brands- database||
|Quick reference for main data, AMROH Book only|
|Tube decoding , small print etc|
visit our DIY FORUM!
|Tube Schematics with Lundahl transformers|
Tube Radio Schematics Heaven.
Problems with Radiomuseum.org. Warning! Make good note, the site is not for free at all. You pay with your time and your energy. Member fee is high for what you are offered, and I was kicked out for disliking the technical problems with their software. Read more about it here. .
Here I found a link from somebody with similar problems with Mr. Ernst Erb from Radiomuseum.org
|Pro Audio. (Tube Equalizers, mixers, compressors, ect)|
|Tube Schematics of Musical Instruments|
|Steve Bench Pages|
|ARTICLES, BOOKS, CATALOGS|
|Some very old articles, still worth reading|
|Lundahl Transformers AB||The ultimate tip in the internet. This small Swedish family company makes modestly and silently a whole range of unique audio transformers. Priced is in the middle range, but performance is top-class.|
|For the finest PHONO amplifiers from Japan, and wow.....a LOT more|
|Tubesusa.com||Most interesting KURASHIMA amplifiers. Mr. TOSHI from JAPAN builds his own tubes. (Yes Yes Yes!!!)|
|2A3 Maniac||German Text only. Einer der allerschönsten 2A3 Seiten im Netz.|
|Van den Hull||The makers of finest PHONO Cartridges|
|Audio Note KONDO JAPAN||We regret to inform that on January 8th 2006, Hiroyasu Kondo, founder of Audio Note Japan, passed away peacefully in his sleep while attending the T.H.E. SHOW audio show in Las Vegas. He is survived by his wife, Kazuko; his son, Yuji; and his daughter, Hisae. More...|
|Gyraf Audio||Excellent website if you are interested in tube audio compressors, and other studio equipment. With very nice DIY part|
|Tube CAD||John Broskie's Guide to Tube Circuit Analysis & Design. Take this site as it is, programs are for Windows XP only, and Email is not answered, but it's useful site anyway.|
No joke, Neil Styner shows how to make a working triode from with an alcohol flame, an no vacuum. He observed a power gain of 60x. If really so, this would have changed the early days of radio telegraphy a LOT. More...
For the solution, do this: Print the figure one, cut the pieces out with scissor, and then lay them on the second picture. You will be amazed that it works! Sill, when I did so myself, this lead me to the answer.
The next three pictures I have photoshopped:
how a tube works
"As soon as someone can demonstrate the art of flying, there will be no shortage of human invaders on the moon, and Jupiter'
(Johannes Kepler, in the year 1610 in a letter to Galileo Galilei)