Introduction: MSH Tube Preamp
My first post was for a 6V6 Type AB Power Amp. This is the tube preamplifyer that I used with it. I know how everyone likes a ratts nest as I do so here we go. Found the schematic I wanted to use on the internet.
Below are the web sights where I got the schematic. Fred did a nice job of describing this so please use his web sight and view the artical on a studio tube pre amp. He had other nice articals as well.
This schematic was presented by Fred Nachbaur.
©1998 - 2004 by Fred Nachbaur. All Rights Reserved. This information may be freely used for personal, non- commercial use only.
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Step 1: Disclaimer
While this document describes a plan to build an electronic device that has about 180 volts DC under the chassis caution must be followed. I will not be held responsible for any injuries incurred from some one following this document. Nor will I
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Step 2: Power Supply
PREAMP POWER SUPPLY
For a monaural circuit, the simple power supply detailed as part of the Standalone phono preamp and reproduced below should be entirely adequate. T1 and T2 are both 12-volt, 0.5-ampere units.