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Elekit TU-879S Stereo Tube Amplifier Kit

With a simple, clean design this Elekit TU-879S single-ended, class-A vacuum tube amplifier kit echoes past greats like the Japanese made Audio Note Ongaku. Supplied with EH 6L6 tubes, this versatile amplifier is able to handle just about any octal … Continue reading

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Stereo Tube Amplifier Kit

Model 8LS Stereo Integrated Tube Amplifier Stereo Integrated Tube Amplifier Kit that is easy to build, sounds great, and is just fun! The Stereo Integrated Tube Amplifier utilizes 5670 triode and 6005 pentode tubes. The amplifier has built in volume … Continue reading

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New Elector valve radio kit

Now you can build your own valve radio with a combination of old and new technology. The valve provides strong reception and the typical sound of valve radios, while a modern audio IC and a high-quality loudspeaker provide an optimal … Continue reading

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HF SWL TEN-TEC Kit Receiver 1254

Model 1254 combines the satisfaction of the kit building experience with the performance features expected in a modern HF receiver. Building one’s own receiver from a kit has launched countless thousands of people into communications careers or the hobbies of … Continue reading

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MKARS80 QRP 80m Transceiver kit

The MAKRS80 is a QRP transceiver designed for use for use on the 80M band, the circuit was developed from the BITX20 designed by Ashhar Farhan. Although simple in design perceived performance is as good as a commercial transceiver. Main … Continue reading

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WB6DHW UHFSDR & Kit’s

The UHFSDR is a Software Defined Transceiver covering the 1.75 MHz to 700 MHz frequency range. A Si570 is used for frequency control. Two LVPECL 4 GHz max.flip flops produce I and Q LO signals at 1/2 the Si570 frequency. … Continue reading

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