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JLTi Phono Stage

The JLTi phono stage, designed and built by Joe Rasmussen, endorsed by Once Analog, Australian made!

The JLTi Phono Stage is unlike any other Phono, belying what it does in an unassuming way.

The name denotes that this is a Solid State device using something that is called Diamond Transistor Theory, rarely used on High-End Audio products. The most simple and linear audio voltage amplification device is a Vacuum Triode which consists of three electrodes only. They are the Grid (input), Cathode (grounding) and Anode (output). On the other hand, the Solid State Transistor is a current device but is nowhere near as linear as the Triode. It consists of Base (input), Emitter (grounding) and Collector (output).

The idea behind a Diamond Transistor is actually a composite circuit that emulates the near perfect and linear Transistor as a current device. Three points in the circuit then becomes the equivalent of the Base, Emitter and Collector followed by a Unity Gain Buffer.

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JLTi Phono Stage - click for larger picture

JLTi Phono Stage - click for larger picture

JLTi Phono Stage - click for larger picture
 

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