Audiophiles love affair with tube amps -- still crazy after all these years?
Electric guitarists' love affair with tube amplifiers dates back to the birth of rock music.
Solid-state technology all but obliterated the vacuum tube market in the early 1960s. So why are tubes still popular with audiophiles and musicians?
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Samsung seemingly came out of nowhere with its "LED TV" range. Yet, despite the name, the technology is more familiar than you'd think.
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Audiophile tube amplifiers can sell for as much as a nice car, but the Jolida JD301RC goes for less than an iPad 2.
Bell Labs scientists cracked a technical problem 60 years ago, and online-dating services are the result.
The Audiophiliac checks out the magical sound of flea powered vacuum tube amplifiers.
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