The 2002 CES and T.H.E. Expo


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By Dick Olsher, Senior Editor ,



" There's a new heavyweight contender in the high-power triode class. Neither a 211 nor an 845 can hold a candle to the Russian tank tube- the Ulyanov GM-70. The deHavilland Electric Amplifier Company makes a statement with the GM-70 power amp, which produces 30 watts of SET power. We're talking about high-voltage drive conditions, hence a 300B is used as a driver tube. This amp sounded extremely sweet, yet VERY powerful."