In 1960, vacuum tube amplifiers were used at homes and small clubs with a low-power amplifier of about 5 to 30 watts, and in large concert halls, a high-power amplifier of 45 to 100 watts or more was used.Among these, 15 to 20 watt class amplifiers are increasingly being used in various environments such as performances and recordings in modern times.Tube Craft has designed a push-pull type 15 watt amplifier as the first work to reflect the demands of the times.
Speaker Design by Moollon®
Conventional speakers were far from the tone Moollon® and Cort® were trying to achieve.Tube Craft's speakers designed by Moollon® are designed to best express the rich harmonics and natural compression characteristic of a tube.The structure of the frame, magnet, damper, cone, and dust cap that forms the basic frame with a ceramic magnet-based 30 watt output was standardized by British speakers in the 1960s, and developed after many tests to express the delicacy of Alnico magnet speakers. .
Made of light and strong aluminum, it is easy to move and is resistant to deformation due to external impact.The housing is made of birch plywood, finished in Ebony & Ivory Tolex, and the three stripes are designed with the intensity of a racing car as a motif.
|INPUT VOLTAGE||Varies Depending on the Region|
|POWER OUTAGE||15W R.M.S|
|RATED LOAD IMPEDANCE||1㏁|
|SPEAKER||12” 8Ω Custom 30W|