ACCURACY. UNIVERSALITY. STABILITY.
Since the analysis of our personal experience is an integral part of the instrument creation process, we are free to implement certain aspects as we would like to see it in any other device. So, for example, the output attenuation knob has a discrete potentiometer, which makes it possible to precisely align this parameter without an error in the balanced output signal, thereby receiving even smaller distortions. Since simple potentiometers have an error of up to 20% of a given value, our choice was in favor of discrete potentiometers.
We can set the lamp current and the middle point of the output voltage precisely. This makes the device compatible with any 12ax7, 12at7 lamps and the only difference that will be noticeable is the gain coefficient, since each type of lamp has its own. All this leads to a minimalistic solution, without piling up all kinds of adjustable settings.
The two main controls are Gain, Volume, phase inversion, and phantom power.