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mudwerks:

Vintage Philips QB 3.5/750 Tetrode Vacuum Tube (by Sascha Grant)

This Philips QB 3.5/750 Tetrode vacuum tube is designed for use as a High Frequency amplifier and oscillator. It has an output of around 750 watts!…

mudwerks:

Vintage Philips QB 3.5/750 Tetrode Vacuum Tube (by Sascha Grant)

This Philips QB 3.5/750 Tetrode vacuum tube is designed for use as a High Frequency amplifier and oscillator. It has an output of around 750 watts!…

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amplifiedparts:

Here is another throwback for you. It is a vacuum tube/valve kind of day. I feel like sharing some of that old time goodness with you. RCA made a limited run of world map tube boxes back in the day, which was a Wednesday by the way. Pretty styling if I do say so myself!

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I’m one and a half semesters away from my bachelor’s

All I can seem to think about is building my next tube amp, or tube pre amp, or modulated plasma arc speaker. Why not all three. Sounds like so many headaches and monies but in the end all three of them will be utterly amazing not only because they just are, but because I built them. Its always better to build your own stuff in my opinion, that is if you can. Now to somehow stay focused on graduating college.

There was a sweet sunset the other day. I had to experiment with my new ND filters

There was a sweet sunset the other day. I had to experiment with my new ND filters

topgear:

The Honda Civic Type R is here

Internet, take your seats: Honda’s fire-breathing 276bhp hot hatch has arrived.

Honda has revealed more details on its upcoming Civic Type R; the “most extreme and high performing Type R in the 22 year history of the red ‘H’ badge”. It’s so extreme and high performing, it’s gone blue with rage.

Ahead of this week’s Paris Motor Show then - and a wider UK launch sometime next year - Honda has again confirmed that the new Civic Type R will feature a 2.0-litre petrol engine producing more than 276bhp.
This, says Honda, makes the new Civic hot hatch more powerful than any previous Civic, Integra, Accord and even the NSX. Fast, then. [x]

topgear:

The Honda Civic Type R is here

Internet, take your seats: Honda’s fire-breathing 276bhp hot hatch has arrived.

Honda has revealed more details on its upcoming Civic Type R; the “most extreme and high performing Type R in the 22 year history of the red ‘H’ badge”. It’s so extreme and high performing, it’s gone blue with rage.

Ahead of this week’s Paris Motor Show then - and a wider UK launch sometime next year - Honda has again confirmed that the new Civic Type R will feature a 2.0-litre petrol engine producing more than 276bhp.

This, says Honda, makes the new Civic hot hatch more powerful than any previous Civic, Integra, Accord and even the NSX. Fast, then. [x]

team-not-you:

whatdoikno:

my brothers AW11 track day car! via http://flic.kr/p/edhcjm

your brother is rad

team-not-you:

whatdoikno:

my brothers AW11 track day car! via http://flic.kr/p/edhcjm

your brother is rad

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So I built a tube amplifier…and I’m taking a photography class. Makes for a cool picture :)

So I built a tube amplifier…and I’m taking a photography class. Makes for a cool picture :)