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Vacuum tube amplifier stereo debuts

updated 09:45 am EST, Mon November 13, 2006

Vacuum tube stereo debuts

VUUM Audio has unveiled a vacuum tube amplifier stereo system with speakers, an iPod docking station, and a remote control. The new system is designed to provide audiophile quality sound in a hi-fi stereo system that works with iPods as well as other MP3 players and audio sources. The system includes a vacuum tube amplifier (two 15W) with dual inputs, as well as an adjustable iPod docking station that allows users to charge an iPod. Video output connects a video iPod to a nearby TV, and a pair of speakers in a "piano finish" cabinet the 27 key full-function remote control. The vacuum tube amplifier stereo system also comes bundled with a dust brush and glove cleaning kit, RCA cables, and a pair of speaker cables with "banana" connectors (pricing and availability were unavailable).




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  1. kaisdaddy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    the price is...

    ... CAN $799, which translates to roughly $706 in US dollars. It's available at London Drugs drugstores in Canada. I'm not sure what that says about the quality of this unit - it just seems like a strange place to sell what they bill as an audiophile system...

  1. godrifle

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Awesome!

    That way, you can hear every nuance of the MP3 and AAC compression artifacts.

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