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Quicksilver Audio releases the new Sixty Watt Amp

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Stockton, CA – Quicksilver Audio is releasing its new amplifier, dubbed the Sixty Watt Amp.

Priced at $2,995 the pair and outputs 60 watts per channel, the SWA uses no circuit boards or transistors. It uses two KT88, one 12AX7 for input and one 12BH7 for driver and features point-to-point hand wiring, for “maximum sound quality and excellent reliability.”

It is claimed to have low output impedance, thus allowing it to drive difficult loads with ease. Since there is no AC potential between input and screen grids on output tubes, it promise long tube life. Chassis mounted indicator also makes biasing on output tubes easy. Output tube stability is improved via separate power transformer to bias supply. Lastly, the detachable IEC power cord will make those with expensive power cables happy.

See and hear it at CAS8 Room 5205, July 27-29, at the Hilton Hotel Oakland Airport.


Power output: 60 watts
Bandwidth: 14 – 70k Hz
Damping factor: 20
Input sensitivity: 1.2 volts
Tube complement: 2 x KT88, 1 x 12AX7 input, 1 x 12BH7 driver
Consumption: 100 watts (idle), 200 watts (full power)
Dimensions: 6″ H x 14.5″ L x 9.25″ W
Weight: 28 lbs each
Finish: Nickel chrome chassis, gloss black transformer covers

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